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Cura 14.03 Slicing does not complete normally

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Slicing a model (Windows 7) the processing bar goes solid white and stay there. No job time or material used or opportunity to save to SD.

Using 14.01 on the same PC the job time and material used displays work as expected.

14.03 has not hung up because if you change a parameter it reslices but still just ends up showing a solid white progress bar




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What height did you use in tweakAtZ? Maybe you set it to a value taller than your print?


@IanEagland: As gr5's question indicates, more information is needed about the issue. Is it possible for you to provide a link to your model and the gcode somewhere? As one of the developers of the TweakAtZ plugin I would like to check if I can reproduce the issue. If the model has to be kept confidential, you may send both files to dim3nsioneer@gmx.ch. I would delete them after the issue is solved.




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