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Posted (edited) · y values don't match between scaling and dimensions

I've got a model which I have scaled in Cura, on the scaling panel it says y=57.6268 but in the lower left corner of the main panel, below the filename, it has y=62.6 under Cura 4.3, the same model scaled to the same values in the scaling panel has y=59.9 in the lower left.  Is there a reason x and z would match with the scaling panel while y doesn't match?  And why would y be different between the two version of Cura?  Thanks in advance for any enlightenment you can offer!


Edit: Never mind, it was due to a support blocker block that extended y, and since I added those manually they were different under the two versions of Cura.  Is there a way to delete this post?

Edited by LindsayPatten
Found reason myself

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