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Bug in GUI

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The problem occurs when viewing parts layers after cutting.The visualization of the part disappears when the displayed layer changes. It's easier to watch the video, everything is clearly shown there.I could not upload the video due to site problems, so I’m adding a link you can see the GIF(500MB) here  https://cloud.mail.ru/public/DhkE/rkJRrh9tu or GIF(200 mb)here https://cloud.mail.ru/public/CJzX/RGHmzUHMF


 

Second Bug. I think when I select/unselect the checkbox the 3d-part must appear/disappear. The Gif-video (1MB) presents it:

https://cloud.mail.ru/public/NDog/t9dB4aUJg

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Notification from support:

This is not a bug, it seems to be behaving as expected. If you turn off the display of output of your (single) extruder, there is nothing left. The "Extruder" checkbox does not make too much sense for a single-extrusion printer, but there would be "Extruder 1", "Extruder 2", ... checkboxes for a multi-extruder printer, so you can check what each individual extruder does.

For single extruder printers, just keep that "Extruder" checkbox checked.

 

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