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Cura startup script from from Marlin to UM2

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For the longest time, I thought I had messed this up....but now I have Cura on some other computers and can replicate it.

 

What Happens: 

If you've been using Octoprint and/or set your machine code to Marlin, when you set it back to Ultimaker 2, it adds an additional bed lowering and raise at the start of a print.  When the printer warms up for the start of the print, it will do it's usual bed raise and purge material, but then it lowers again, raises, does a small purge and then begins the print.

 

Perhaps some logic can be added so that this isn't added to the start script?

 

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