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Posted (edited) · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

I am an essentials user indeed. 
but I have always been an essentials user. The plug-in was present before. Now it shows a sign that it requires an update inside cure, but doesn’t update when I click the update button. 
And when I search for it in the market place I don’t find it. 
Now I’m afraid if I delete it I won’t be able to find it again..

Edit: just checked, I’m missing an update on my Cura version. Will update Cura and hopefully it’ll show again.

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    Posted · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

    Ok, so I updated from 4.11.0 to 4.12.1 (latest on webiste). 

    Still I got an update notification on Cura and when I click "update" nothing happens.

    I deleted the plug-in and restarted cura, got a notification to sync settings, and got the new version of the plug-in installed.

    That problem is solved but I do not see the plug-in.

    In fact, I do not see a lot of the plug-ins in the screenshot you showed. I can only see 22 Cura plug in in the market place!?


    Any thoughts on how to see all the plug-in?


    Thank you.


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    Posted · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

    It 's because you are an essential user. You just have only access to the validated plugin by ultimaker. The other cura user can have access to every plugins 🤣  Strange concept where registered user have less possibility ( As normaly the existing plugin present in the market place are already validate and check by the Ultimaker team) 🤔

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    Posted · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

    So I probably added that plug in before I register as an essential user!!

    Thats counterintuitive.

    Honestly I’m not benefitting anything from being registered as an essential and might delete my account just to be able to access the rest of the more important plug-ins. 

    Thank you for pointing this out. 

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    Posted · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

    You can also just log out from your Ultimaker account in Cura when you want to install a plugin. There's a CAD importer plugin that is only available for Essentials users, but other than that I agree that the essentials package is essentially "less for more".

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    Posted · any documents on "Part for calibration" plugin?

    Sounds like a good walk-around. Will check it out. 

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