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No way to cancel material change?

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Today I wanted to use PVA in core 2. So chose "Load material", then I added PVA to the spool holder and the printer said "not compatible" with AA 0.4 - doh. Yes forgot to change before. But there is no way out of that menu? I did not want to insert a compatible material since I wanted to use PVA. So I wanted to cancel the material change, change core and then load material. There is no cancel button.

 

Please, there should not be any "dead ends" in the interface you cannot get out of.

 

Can you fix that or IS there a way?

 

/Morten

 

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There are more dead ends in the menu structure. I had a similar problem, I clicked per mistake on Load instead of Unload (filament was already loaded) and there is also no chance to get back. 

 

The only way is, switch off and on again.

 

So, yes, please implement some Cancel possibilities to the relevant functions.

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