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Retraction settings in Cura?

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Hi guys.

Maybe a stupid question, but i cant seem to find the settings for retraction in Cura 14.07, can anyone tell me whewre to find of if it even exist anymore?

I need to be able to tell Cura how much to retract and how much extra filament to start with after each jump, i could do that in my Old, old, Cura.

By they way Daid, Cura 14.07 is VERY nice to work with compared to what im used to :-)

Thanks in advance.

 

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The retractions speed and distance settings are available on the 'Advanced' tab, if you have configured it to generate traditional 'Reprap/Marlin' gcode.

If Cura is configured for the Ultimaker², then you do not get to edit those settings, as retraction speed and distance are configured on the printer for the Ultimaker², as part of the material settings.

 

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