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Cura 4.5, Preheat temps are blank.

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Posted · Cura 4.5, Preheat temps are blank.

Using a Robo 3D R1+, connected with Octoprint. 

I have updated octoprint to 1.40. 

Connect To Octoprint plugin version is:  3.5.12

 

Just started using 4.5 and noticed 2 things in paticular:

 

1. the preheat box is now blank when i go to the monitor page.

- Previously this was populated by whatever temperatures i had set on my material (i thought) now i have to put it in manually. 

 

2. when i put the desired temp in it will send it to the printer BUT it will not give an accurate reading of the Extruder OR Bed temperatures any more once it has sent the temperature.  it will show what the target temp is but will not give the current temp of the Extruder or the Bed.

 

Am i missing a new config with this new version of Cura to get the preheat and current temps to update correctly?

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Posted · Cura 4.5, Preheat temps are blank.

1. This is a known bug that has been fixed for Cura 4.6

2. This I did not know about, and will look in to.

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