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ReplicatorG 0035 - RC1 released

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Hello,

I asked Erik to put the 0035 release online. This release is actually before the official release from RepG, but I thought: I updated a lot, so why not put it online before makerbot does?

What has been changed:

- Big builds that can take ages to load and possibly hang repG, are not loading the second time you start RepG.

- Marlin 1.0 from Cura should function now.

- Error messages will pop up when using other log settings than INFO (to assist in people having trouble with their print failing, if there is an error from the firmware you should get a message)

- Extrusion is working! Please note that there is a "buffer" in Marlin, so when using extrusion it doesnt stop directly but slows down first.

- A secret message.

- Skeinforge 47 + 50 should be working.

- Support for Slic3r 0.7.2b

- Getting the right location in the jogpanel.

- New & improved version of the installer (thanks Daid)

Any questions, bugs or features that you like to see, please tell me...

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