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Posted · Cura Connect - "frozen" print

difficult to describe, but I have one print that is always showing up in CURA connect (Ultimaker 3):image.thumb.png.3bbbd2b4a94bfe1730b4422cf00ad985.png

I printed that like 4 weeks ago.  It was a failed print which I aborted.  This is no way for me to remove this print (tried to abort/delete it multiple times). 

 

All seems to work though - I'm still able to print over the network.  But the current Print Jobs just always shows this - which is not there.. 😕

 

At this very moment, I'm printing something completely different ...

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Posted · Cura Connect - "frozen" print

I've seen this bug before. Unfortunately, the only way to fix it (apart from diving in deep and removing the faulty data in the history that caused it) is to reset Cura Connect.

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Posted · Cura Connect - "frozen" print

It is in the menu of the printer, I guess under network settings or where you can do a factory reset, not sure a the moment, but check these menus you will find it quickly.

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