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TinkerGnome: how to remove the "classic" g code warning

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I wanted to eliminate the pesky machine material override warning when using non-Ultigcode. I understand it's necessary for beginners but I'm well beyond that. It's a minor annoyance, but apparently it's not too hard to change.

 

I downloaded the latest TinkerGnome firmware source code and adjusted all the appropriate settings for my specific Ultimaker. There's several settings in configuration.h and configuration_adv.h to configure it for a specific machine (Go, 2, Ext, ...) I won't go into that here. It might be best to test all those settings before moving on.

 

The change is done in UltiLCD2_menu_print.cpp

 

Find this line:

menu.add_menu(menu_t(lcd_menu_print_classic_warning, MAIN_MENU_ITEM_POS(0)));

 

comment it out like this:

//menu.add_menu(menu_t(lcd_menu_print_classic_warning, MAIN_MENU_ITEM_POS(0)));

 

and right below it but before the next squiggly bracket " } " add:

menu.add_menu(menu_t(userStartPrint));

 

Compile and flash the machine.

 

Changing your firmware can break things badly so please only do this if you at least know how to configure and install the firmware already.

 

But for me, there's no more of this:

 

gcode warning.jpg

Edited by JRDM
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