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source code +problems in using plugins

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Posted · source code +problems in using plugins

1. is there a way to find the code of cura itself, or functions of it? i want to write a plug-in that it's functionality is similar to the "print one at a time" tool. how can i find its code to get helped by it?

2. when I use any plugin, it overrides and reset to 0 all the definitions of the printer. (nozzle temperature, build-plate temperature, flow rate, etc.

what causes the problem and how can I avoid it?

thanks!

 

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Posted · source code +problems in using plugins

If you have an issue, please make an issue that details what you did, what went wrong and on what system you did it. Post that issue on the github tracker of Cura.

 

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