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Hi, i have problem with printing in the air, i want to be able print one color on top of another, one will be on build plate, and immediately after that print, i will be start another print with other color on top of that, and when placing another model with cura in the air, it drops on the plate, solid model view is fine ( moved on the z axis in the air), but in layer view model is placed on plate, is there any way to disable placing model on plate. The option Automatically drop models to the build plate is disabled, but that keeps in the air only models in solid model view mode.2.thumb.PNG.7daf16dc40710c47491000ab05467c61.PNG 

that is how it should be...

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and that is how it is.

I have Anycubic i3 mega

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