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"hidden" Z-line

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Hello

I saw in the latest patch notes that the Z-line is hidden internally. Is there a possibility to turn this feature off? I often print shapes completely hollow like zarfs. However with this hide zline feature, the inside of the print is imperfect. Is there a way to turn this feature off?

And is this a spelling mistake or a am I misunderstanding it.x6f8Gy6.png

 

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You are mistaken on this feature. It tries to hide the Z line in "inside" corners.

Simple example, on the following object, the Z scar was on the red line:

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With the new code, it's on the green line, where it's as good as invisible.

 

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