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Posted · Layers View in Cura 4.10 is broken on Win 10x64

Win 10x64 Nvidia RTX 3070
after slicing for Ender 3 Pro  I get a 562 layer print

but in Layer View, I can only play back the top layer

in 4.3 I was able to replay the whole print.   Now only the top layer

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    Posted · Layers View in Cura 4.10 is broken on Win 10x64

    If you are talking about the horizontal slider, that always only controls the current layer. There's also a vertical slider to control the layer (on the righthand side of the window). You may have put your settings over it.

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    Posted · Layers View in Cura 4.10 is broken on Win 10x64

    It's more than broken, it's breaking my machines. I have hotends running wild or not running at all. They are flying off the back and front of the bed, slamming into each other stopping in the middle of a print and releasing all the filament back out of the top of the extruder. 4.9.1 really bit but 4.10 is horrible. Thank God I saved 4.8. it somewhat works decent. Back to the drawing board on that one. Holy cow.

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    Posted · Layers View in Cura 4.10 is broken on Win 10x64
    45 minutes ago, scottymonster said:

    It's more than broken, it's breaking my machines. I have hotends running wild or not running at all. They are flying off the back and front of the bed, slamming into each other stopping in the middle of a print and releasing all the filament back out of the top of the extruder. 4.9.1 really bit but 4.10 is horrible. Thank God I saved 4.8. it somewhat works decent. Back to the drawing board on that one. Holy cow.

    The layer view has nothing to do with this. If you're seeing abnormal movement of the print head I suggest you start a new topic regarding that. And make sure you share as much info as possible, such as a project file, what printer you're using etc.

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