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Hi. Im used to printing my first layers a little hotter to get them to stick to the bed. Now in previous version of cura this was not problem. But for some reason the new cura temp settings are getting ignored by my printer,  and I'll reiterate this wasn't a problem before. Basically I normally print at around 200-205. But I like the first layer to be around 220 to really bed in and stick firm. It's work really well for me previously. But now even though I've set cura up with an initial print temp of 220 and an initial layer temp of 220. My printer never gets that high It starts printing once it gets to the norm print temp of 205. And as such im having really bad issues with bed adhesion. I can put the print temp to 220 and it gets there fine and the first layer is great. But I don't want to be printing the whole thing at 220. Is this a problem with cura?? Is it an issue that others are having?? And can it be rectified or should I just down grade back to cura 4.5 which I know worked??

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