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Posted · Ultimaker 2+ Connect - gcode flavor set automatically to Griffin in Cura 4.12 and leads to not heating up bed?

I have a question. In Cura 4.12.1 which I am using, the machine settings of my Ultimaker 2+ Connect is automatically set to gcode flavour Griffin.

Now, this leads to the generated gcode not creating G140 and G190 commands to heat up and respectively wait for heating up the bed.

Though, I see when using Griffin that the comment ';BUILD_PLATE.INITIAL_TEMPERATURE:65' is there and not on the Marlin version.

Now does this get interpreted by the Ultimaker and translated into a G140 and G190 command?

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