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good morning folks.

I developed my new plugin to define a function with the possibility to allign hot head and surface for everibody as it was in old cura version ( you were small so you cannot remember) . 

i tested it on 3.2.1 and 3.3.1  and it works fine without any problem on my alien computer with windows 10  on my poor small printer prusa i3 from anycubic.

So i install it on my old desktop with windows 7 and it works on 3.2.1  but sometime cura seems to loose connection with printer and i must reset cura to resume working to finalize all testing on 4 angles and center.

on 331 cura instead crashes as i send the command, and when i see the log it seems that the istanced object is not able to have movehead command available.

any hint please? 

i can submit files but as they are testing version i can submit  on requirement 

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