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Odd Cura Connect readout

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This is just an odd readout. The final date is correct, the the 'dddd' is odd.

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I think it overwhelmed the software and it forgot how to spell LOL  ;p  I gave it a concussion!! I caused it to have dain bramage!! :'D

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I would not know if print length is out of scope for UI. That is why I think I gave it dain bramage. This is the longest I have submitted by roughly 65 hours. I have one more that is about the same length of time. Will be interesting to see if it makes the other printer readout do the same thing. About an hour or so to go for that one to be started....so stay tuned folks and don't touch that dial!

 

Nobody under 40 is going to get that unless they really like old tv.....

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And now that I started the other 8 day print, the readout is the same.

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So I just think the original scope of the Cura Connect project did not take that long of a printout into account. I am gathering that is a bit unusual, so...... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

 

But I thought I would just bring it to Team UM's attention. Do they not know that some idjit (like me) would always be pushing boundaries? ':D

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