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Temperature Graph in 3.6

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Thanks for your reply, but the Monitor tab didn't take me there.  It only lead me to the Maintainance page. But, if I go to  http://192.168.1.???/default.html (the IP address of the printer, it gives me this.  Which is what I was looking for.  Just in case somebody else is searching for it.

 

Thanks again!

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Yes, that's right, but there should be also a link in Cura somewhere (around Monitoring page). I cannot check it because I am not at my printer currently.

 

But the direct access via IP is the fastest way.

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I was wrong, the link I meant was just for the print job queue and I thought you can get from there to the graphs, but it isn't possible. So best you save the shortcut in your browser which is the fastest way anyway.

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