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Any reason Cura tries to connect to that IP when starting up? I realise it might be local to my LAN, but I have no clue why it would try to connect to a local IP, let alone one that is not in use..

 

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I wasn't insinuating that Daid :) I (kinda) trust you :-P

Just didn't feel like browsing through the code as I don't really know where to start.

But I could've done a github search in the repository :)

 

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I saw the topic title and was like, woa, that is the IP that I use to get into the Doodle3D box! So what happends when it detects the box? I'm not at home atm to test it.

 

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