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When you switch the tab to customize you find all settings and their values. The recommended tab with its settings just set the values in the customize tab.

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Posted (edited) · Recommended Settings

Smithy, I just noticed a small black square with 2 circular arrows and a red line thru it. What is it? It's at the end of some menu items

 

Disregard.... its the Cura settings plug in

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Posted (edited) · Recommended Settings

That is strange, I have never seen it before, sorry!

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Posted · Recommended Settings

Hello.  This is my first post.  I'm new to 3D printing and to using Cura software.  I don't seem to be able to change some of the settings in Cura.  For instance, I have the Infill Pattern box checked but don't seem to be able to find a way to select a pattern.  When I hover over the words it tells me that I should be able to change them but I don't know where.

 

Thank you.

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