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spac3man

Bug in 14.07

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My machine is set up as a single head machine in Cura and if I slice a model, everything is normal.

If I switch my machine to dual head and turn on the 'Ooze Shield' function and slice any model, everything is also fine.

If I switch my machine back to single head WITHOUT turning off the 'Ooze Shield' function, all models are sliced with the 'Ooze Shield' in the gcode.

I can switch machine back to dual head and turn off 'Ooze Shield', switch back to single head and slice, the model will NOT have the ooze shield in the gcode.

I just wanted to point this out.

Single Extruder

Dual Extruder

 

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I don't agree. UM / Daid has to set priorities. I prefer that known issues for common use cases get higher priority as a lot of people are affected by.

 

I agree with him. This should not happen. However, does not mean I instantly will fix it. Especially as this odd behavior of invisible settings affecting the print is fixed in the PinkUnicorn re-write. (Not that that version already support dual-extrusion. But invisible settings is part of the architecture, and invisible settings fall back to defaults)

 

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