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Posted · 2 things missing from Cura 3.6

There are 2 features I remember from older Cura versions that I have either turned off or do not exist. 

 

#1 - The vertical blue z hop lines that show every location of a z hop.  The only way I can determine how z hop setting adjustments affect the print are to see how the print time changes as I change values.

 

#2 - The ability to turn off layers that are below the one currently being viewed.  I previously used this feature a lot to look for defects in individual layers.

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Posted · 2 things missing from Cura 3.6

The layerview slider has two “nubs” that you can drag. If you drag the bottom one, lower layers become invisible. You can also drag the area between the two nubs.

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Posted · 2 things missing from Cura 3.6

Have you turned on the option to show travels in the layer view legend?

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Posted · 2 things missing from Cura 3.6

Once again I have been proven wrong.  The z hops are there, I thought I remember them being shown as vertical blue lines.

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Posted · 2 things missing from Cura 3.6

That would make it "0 things missing from Cura 3.6", which I know isn't true 😉

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