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Ulticontroller Symbols instead of Numbers in Y axis (ultimaker original)

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Hi,

when you manually position the printhead in 0/0 position (front/left).

then start the ultimaker original. connect it to pc via usb.

start cura. open a file. go to print. then go to Tab "Jog" then klick on the "y-1" button.

i get symbols like "/,.,-,,,+,*,),(,',".

when i try to position the head with the ulticontroller, it does not show this behaviour.

i use Cura 13.11.2; Ultimaker original with firmware 13.03

250000_single

Mar 1 2013 12:34:39

Is this only on my ulticontroller or does any of you have the same issue?

if all have this, then maybe someone can correct this in the sourcecode.

 

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