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Posted · Slice-ing error: ValueError: expected length 2, got 1

Hi Daid,

Today I installed Cura RC3 on my windows PC but I'm having trouble slice-ing my models, it's giving me the following error: "ValueError: expected length 2, got 1" which happens on every model I load... Any idea's? Thanks!

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Posted · Slice-ing error: ValueError: expected length 2, got 1

I also just installed Cura RC3 (new Ultimaker, never used Cura before) and I get the same or a similar error....

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Posted · Slice-ing error: ValueError: expected length 2, got 1

I've found the bug. It happens if you never touched the start/end GCode.

Quick fix is:

-Use "expert->normal mode"

-Goto the "start/end gcode" tab

-Click the "end.gcode" on the left

Done. That's all. This causes the default start/end code to be stored and used properly.

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Posted · Slice-ing error: ValueError: expected length 2, got 1

You're welcome.

I'll be releasing RC4 soon to fix this. As it's an very annoying bug.

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