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3.2.1 on Mac Pause at Height not working

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I'll post a picture of the settings and the code tonight. I do know, however, that I set the resume temperature setting. The one time I forgot to do so, the system never moved again waiting for a 0 temperature. Right now the printer goes back and keeps moving but it does not extrude the filament.

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Well I figured out my problem. Since I updated to 3.2 and now 3.2.1, the g-code is set to M83 (relative extrusion mode). This was not a selection I made anywhere as far as I know. Well, the Pause at Height script ends with an M82 (absolute extrusion mode). I changed this to M83 and now it works.

 

My only question now is, is the extrusion mode something I can choose on Cura?

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