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Posted · Legacy Cura version 15.04.06

FYI it's harder to get a copy of cura 15.X these days so I'm hosting it here (sorry, I only have the windows version):

Cura 15.04.06 for windows

 

It doesn't have nearly as many features as the latest cura and doesn't support UM3 or newer printers and it supports dual color printers but not second-extruder-support.  But it works very well for 90% of printers out there and in some cases produces better prints (not sure why).  I usually use the latest Cura but occasionally still use this old version when printing on my um2go printers.

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Posted · Legacy Cura version 15.04.06

Oh thank god. Someone saved the installer for the only version that doesnt break Sailfish machines. 

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Posted · Legacy Cura version 15.04.06

Windows Cura 15.04.06  is the only version that I can get to directly (USB) print to my Anet A8 printer. I mistakenly deleted it while installing a newer version. I have reinstalled 15.04.06 but now am having trouble with having the system recognize my progress plugin. I copied it in Cura_15.04.06/plugins directory but when I look at the Plugins tab to select it, it is not listed; only pauseAtZ.py and TweakAtZ.py. If I click the Open plugin location button at the bottom of the Plugins tab I see it listed with the other 2. I am kinda at a loss as to how to select and activate it. It has been a long time since I set this up originally so maybe there is something I am missing.

Thanks for any help.

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