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The master branch is a teaser in that it can provide interesting new features but also interesting new bugs. I try not to include stuff that is obviously not yet usable but, as always, YMVV.


I am currently using the new UI and haven't come across any real show-stopping problems yet.


Still, it's probably best to wait until the real beta arrives before posting any bug reports.

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I'm trying the beta 4.0 and i would like to print with PLA and PVA.
Could you give some tips to manage the material type of the center of the cylindrical tower?
I would like to change this center of PVA material to have a better grip between the brim and the second layer of PVA.

Do you think that is possible to ask to add this option?



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