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Execute PostProcessing Plugin - bug or feature?

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Posted · Execute PostProcessing Plugin - bug or feature?

I wrote a little PostProcessing Plugin. After I clik Extensions / Post Processing / Modify G-Code menu, I  can select it, I can set paramteres.

I can load any stl, everything working fine. But...

If I click Save to removable drive or Save to File button then the plugin will be executed, if I click Print via USB then the plugin  will not executed.

I'm sad, because I always printi via USB, and  it's very uncomfortable for me.

So, is it a normal working method, the post processings plugins executed only when I save G code?

Or is it a bug,  the post processings plugins should execute, when I'm printing via USB?

 

(I tested it with Cura 3.6 and 4.0 beta.)

 

Thanks,

Gábor
 

 

 

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Posted · Execute PostProcessing Plugin - bug or feature?

I have the same problem. No solution found yet.

 

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Posted · Execute PostProcessing Plugin - bug or feature?

sorry for posting so often,  I had registered the account afterwards and all not working posts appeared suddenly.  sorry

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