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Adjust manual settings during print ?

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I did not find in program feature that i can while printer is printing manual adjust maybe speed of XY , extruder , and temperature ?

I assume that this is not yet implemented ?

And maybe bug or ? - if you STOP print , and leave program, extruder is still heating nozzle ?!? It doesnt turn off heating ...

Or maybe only i have problems ?

tnx

EDIT: head fan still working after STOP

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If you stop a print it still leaves on the heater, that's by design. You can set the temperature to zero then yourself.

The temperature adjustment during printing should work, but I haven't done huge amount of testing with it.

There is currently no speed adjustment in Cura. However, Cura still comes with "PrintRun" which has more advanced features like the speed adjustment.

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