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I understand the darker shade of grey indicated on the build plate for 'printable area', but the lighter shade of grey's purpose is alluding me! In regards to the attached print, 'print bed adhesion' is turned off, so there shouldn't be any account for that, this is a single extruder set-up, and 'print all at once' is the default. So seeing my print design is well within the confines of printable area, why is the lighter shade of grey indicating I'm out of range?!

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Posted · Printable Area
On 3/5/2019 at 7:22 AM, Wanbli61 said:

'print all at once' is the default.


The only way I can reproduce the image that you posted is by turning one at a time on. 


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Posted · Printable Area

That was my original setting for this project, but was returned to ‘all at once’ but this overshadowing remained. I understand one of the shades represents ‘printable area’ - what does this other shade represent? Even if I were to utilize ‘one at a time’ why does it do this?! Is it a software bug? There’s no bed adhesion setting of any kind to accommodate any extra space for...

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