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Hi all,

I am working in MacOSX (10.5.8)

i bought the Netfabb and hoped to improve the print quality - but run on several issues: after generating gcode the print button wont go active. I thought that maybe i have to make calibration print first, but then it crashes and quits. Anyone have had issues with Netfabb running in osx?



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I don't have MacOs but it is a known problem that the print button does not work currently in Netfabb. You need to open the gcode in ReplicatorG or the ulticontroller. I think they should fix this, but since I have an ulticontroller I don't mind this bug, only the other bugs (broken retraction and support structures that does not go all the way down to the build platform, hanging in the air) I hope there is an update soon...

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