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Cura 13.10 retraction issue

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Not sure if its reported already

i've been using Cure in the past only to generate Gcode, to print in Pronterface.

This seem to work perfect for me, i fel in love with cura the day i met her!!

But as the i3 support came in Cura 13.10 ive been using Cura even more.

but i run in some issues,

a biggie, retraction doesnt seem to work in 13.10

and a small one The tempertue of the bed ( the box ) doens apear before i hit the print button.

I like to heat my bed befor i dive in to it!

the last one seem a bit buggy , cause sometimes its there, and most of the time its not.



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Did you tick the retraction box? And 13.10 contains a new feature where it needs a minimal amount of extrusion between retractions, to prevent flattening the filament by rolling over it too much. The value is quite low, but it could prevent retractions that you would expect to see.


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