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Where is Skeinpypy.py?

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About half of the files i try to slice in printer interface comes out with this..

win32-SkeinPyPy-NewUI-Beta4printrunSkeinPyPyskeinpypy.py': [Errno 2] No such file or directory

The other half work without any problems.. Any ideas?

Thanks :-)

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Ups... Well.. that worked.. I'm sorry for the stupid questions, im totally new to this, i just assembled my printer two days ago :-)

It was my lack of understanding of how the two programs work together.

Thank you very much Daid. And by the way, the printer interface is very, very nice to work with and pretty intuitive for newcomers as myself. Great work! :-)

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No problem. That's really the most confusing part about the process with printing with SkeinPyPy (Cura).

For the 1.0 release I am working on a printer interface inside of Cura (formally known as SkeinPyPy), so then it will be even easier to use :)

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