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If you go to the folder where cura installed, there is a python file in there somewhere - a small one - that describes all the changes for that version of cura. It *is* unfortunate that it only pops up once and there's no way to get it back.

 

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If you go to the folder where cura installed, there is a python file in there somewhere - a small one - that describes all the changes for that version of cura. It *is* unfortunate that it only pops up once and there's no way to get it back.

 

Hi Gr5,

is it a idea to Unpin The Old Cura 13.12 issue, and Pin a topic about changes in the newest version?

I guess not only 'newbie' and Me are interested in changes and if we have to update the Firmware Yes or No?

Spares you answering a lot of the same questions, and us a lot of reading.......

 

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