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how to disable "printButton" ?

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If the model is bigger than the print bed it turns gray. You have to make the model smaller, or tell cura you have a larger bed or remove skirt and brim settings.

 

yes,if we move the mode away machine print range,the model color will become grey(or other colors) and the "printButton" also become disable ,how can i fixed cura program code to solve this question? tks! :)

 

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yes,if we move the mode away machine print range,the model color will become grey(or other colors) and the "printButton" also become disable ,how can i fixed cura program code to solve this question? tks! :)

 

You don't, as you are trying to print outside of your printer range, Cura refuses to do that. It's a feature.

 

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