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Cura connect shows wrong print job info

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Hi all!

 

Since a while, my Cura Connect web page shows an old print job. It says I have to clear the platform for that job, even though another job is currently running. The queue shows up correct though.

 

In the screenshots:

UM guitar thing is NOT currently printing or the last print or anything. I printed that thing over a week ago. The printer is currently printing another job (via print over network from cura). In the cura screenshot you can see the job that is actually printing. 

The queued job is correct though.

 

The printer has been turned off and on again a couple of times.

 

Any idea how to easily fix this?

Thanks!
 

Björn

 

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Same problem here. "Reset Cura Connect" solves it, but only for a while. 

 

This is how it looks in Cura

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And this in Cura connect:

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I also noticed that sometimes the printer asks me twice to confirm that I have removed my print.

Edited by upatamby

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On 6/23/2018 at 12:51 PM, upatamby said:

Same problem here. "Reset Cura Connect" solves it, but only for a while. 

 

This is how it looks in Cura

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And this in Cura connect:

 

 

I also noticed that sometimes the printer asks me twice to confirm that I have removed my print.

Have the same issue - can confirm what you've been writing.

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Same issue here on the iPhone app. Would be nice with a solution. Monitoring is not worth much if it does not show the right job. Why should it be necessary to reset connection if the app and the printer communicates? As you can see on the two screenshots the app shows some old info

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On 8/15/2018 at 8:30 AM, hoegge said:

Why doesn't any Ultimaker people respond here? It is an expensive semi-pro printer - what about support?

 

All 1st line support is done via our resellers. Any support you receive from Ultimaker employees on this forum is purely because they happen to spend time on here, but it's not an official support channel (hence 'community' forum).

 

As @Dim3nsioneer indicates it has been fixed and the next UM3 firmware release will have this fix and much more. Bringing out firmware updates just takes a while as we need to test a LOT before we put something out on everyone's printer.

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Yes, there is an internal system to escalate tickets from 1st to 2nd to 3rd (developers) line support. Anything duplicated gets filtered out before it reaches the devs (to not 'waste' their time). Sometimes resellers can actually provide information on a (temporary) fix as well. So if you want fast support, always contact your reseller.

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