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Posted (edited) · [Bug advice] Slice Button not disabled immediately

When you have a complex mesh to slice and you click on the slice button, the button is still active for a long time.

If you think you have'nt click and you click once more, the process is beginning all over again... and after a long time you get an error (unable to slice), and Cura then continue and go back to the slicing process.


My Suggestion is to disable at once the Slice button.(and change the color so that the user get the information the process is initiated)


Cura 4.0, windows 7 64

Edited by JCD
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    Posted · [Bug advice] Slice Button not disabled immediately



    Yes and I discovered after my post there was a link via the help menu where I found the previous advices !!!!


    Maybe it will be interesting to open a section, only to give the same link, just to avoid the unnecessary posts like mine !!

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    Posted (edited) · [Bug advice] Slice Button not disabled immediately

    My cura 4.0 kept crashing on me.  I would load a model and auto-slicing would fire off, sometimes crashing.  I would other times load a 2nd or 3rd model onto the same build plate and maybe 60% of the time, it would crash.  Since disabling auto-slice just over a week ago, I haven't had a crash since.  I, too, noticed that the Slice button remained active after clicking.  I am conscious of when I click it now and wait a few seconds before doing anything else.

    Edited by randyinla
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