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Cannot find "jog" & "temperature" at "Print " in Cura 14.06

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Hello,

I have using the Cura with my Solidoodle3 since last year..

Yesterday, I have updated to Cura 14.06 and I have few problem with "Print...

When I press "Print" from the menu bar the Cura 14.01 displayed as below.

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There are "Temp", "Jog", "Speed", "Term" tabs on the "Printing" dialog.

But Cura 14.03 or later, I cannot find above tabs on "Printing" dialog.

Are these tabs removed from the "Print" ? (Please refer below)

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Is it removed from the "Print" function?,

If it true how to move the nozzle and adjust the temperature of the nozzle & bed manually?

P.S> The print function of Cura 14.06 works fine to me

(I mean I can print out the with out any problem.)

 

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BTW, I never succeeded to obtain a window for printing, after clicking on menu --> file --> print.

It does nothing, if there is no a model , or if there is a model it appears a menu to save the gcode file. That's all.

With all the Cura versions I used I have the same problem. Of course the printer is on and it is connected to the computer.

What I am doing wrong?

 

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