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Cura 14.03 - no temperature setting any more for Ultimaker 1?

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Yep same question, but for the UM1

how the heck do I set the temperature now in the forced proterface screen ?

I like to set temperatures by hand, before printing, so I can exchange my filament if needed, now....nothing ?

please explain why I have to use Pronterface menu instead of the Cura menu ?

it says in Cura if you set temp to 0, you can pre-heat manually, so...where is this pre-heat knob ?



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I know, but please understand my frustration !


Understand the frustration of working your ass off for 2 months on a software release putting in the most requested features, fixing every single bug that people can find, trying to make a super stable release. And then the first thing you see is "Fuck you"


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Hi Xeno,

I think what Nallath and Daid are trying to say is, thank you for your feedback :wink:

They have put a lot of work and effort in this new release and are very proud of it.

Of course, just as always, we welcome feedback and look into your suggestions and the

possible added value of it.

I must add, the UltiController is not a bad idea.

Obviously not just so you can use Cura 14.03 but also because through the SD card

you have a much more stable data transfer, you can move your Ultimaker around and use your computer for other purposes. From my perspective it adds a lot of user-friendliness to the workflow of working with an Ultimaker.

Of course.. it is totally up to you :)


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