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Support type line was easyier to remove. any change to have it back as a choice?

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Using Cura for Prusa i2.

Sometimes there are functionality 's who were better in older versions ;-)

like the hexagon infill, was nice to see in transparent and also gives a certain extra rigidity ;-)

Also before updating I rather wait a little (six months is quit long indeed) to see the problems others gave.

Greetz,

Xiao Shi Zi.

 

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Using Cura for Prusa i2.

Sometimes there are functionality 's who were better in older versions :wink:

like the hexagon infill, was nice to see in transparent and also gives a certain extra rigidity :wink:

Also before updating I rather wait a little (six months is quit long indeed) to see the problems others gave.

Greetz,

Xiao Shi Zi.

 

As Is proven again :(

No posibility to change anything when sending to a prusa i2 with the option Print with USB...

Only one window pops up

Saying :

Operational

temperature: 39 Bed: 23

Connect (grayed out) Print (choice to make) Cancel print (Grayed out)

No more able to change parameters before starting or while printing :( :( :(

Going back to older version, but then I don't gave line support...

Daid is there a reason why I can't see the menu for usb printing???

Using Cura 14.07 on Ubuntu 14.04 64bit with a Prusa i2 USB connected.

Greetz,

Xiao Shi Zi.

 

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