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Posted · severe acceleration and bad slicing

I've noticed that my S5 is freaking out at times now, I think its due to the latest Cura creating severe jumps in the print core path, i dont have time to troubleshoot, so its now went from great calm printing user experience to anxiously checking that is hasnt shaken itself apart. I guess its just so frustrating that the S5 and Cura are great tools but seem to get janked badly by certain updates. on another note it would be nice to have a seperate branch for the overpriced box that loads material, so folks that dont burn money for a laugh can ignore that janky crap thats irrelevant to average users that somehow manage the 2 minute manual material load all with out own bare hands.

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    Posted · severe acceleration and bad slicing

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