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Cura 3.2.1 Wall count

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The new Cura seems to be adding an additional wall to all of my skin layers. This extra wall is not on the infill, only on the skin layers. With most items this is not a big deal to me but today I'm printing some names and the letters look awful unless I set the print to have a single wall (which creates two walls on all the skin layers). I'm sure I'm missing some setting somewhere. I included the pertinent settings on the screen captures.

 

 

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I don’t know how many times I looked for that. It surely was there this morning though. Did you add it to my computer while I wasn’t looking?

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