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Missing "slowdown on Bridgeing"

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The Speed of the new Cura Versions is great, but can be a Problem when Bridgeing is needed. Some of my Parts doesnt use Support and therefore I use Bridgeing over Holes. The Speed to realize this is always to high on PLA and ABS.

It would be nice to have an Option where bridged Holes are printed slower. I'm not sure, but does the old Cura not have this Option?

 

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The old cura does. You can install both and switch back and forth at will. When you install a new major version (where the second number changes e.g. 13.03 to 13.04) it appears to install a separate installation so you can go back.

 

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