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Visualisation températures - CURA 3.4

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Voilà bien longtemps que je n'avais pas imprimé, je viens de m'y remettre après avoir mis a jour CURA en v3.4 et je ne m'y reconnais plus, je ne vois par exemple plus les températures des têtes .

Est ce que cela a été supprimé ?


Merci de votre aide .




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Bonjour Didier,


MErci pour ta réponse, je suis en UM3 Ext, avec la version 3.2 de CURA quand tu passes en "SURVEILLER" et que tu affiche la caméra alors à droite tu vois s'afficher les températures des extrudeurs 1 & 2 et du plateau.

En version 3.4 ça n'existe plus, ( du moins je ne vois pas comment )c'est bien dommage car très pratique .




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