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Janky settings input fields Cura 3.2 - 3.2.1

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So as of (I think) Cura 3.2 I've had massive problems changing setting values with automatic slicing enabled.  It's just bearable in solid view but in layer view I'll get one or two digits into the box before being interrupted by slicing.  I would like to be able to enter the value and have the program wait for me to hit enter or click out before slicing begins.  I have turned automatic slicing off for now but it was very handy when it wasn't interrupting my input.

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17 hours ago, kmanstudios said:

Ummm, why do you not just go to the preferences and uncheck automatic slicing?

This (and drop models to bed, keep models separated) need to be easier to get to, dick boxes on the main screen, maybe by the view presets or something.

 

I turn these on and off multiple times per day.

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