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Disabling running plug-ins every time a value is changed

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Posted · Disabling running plug-ins every time a value is changed

I'm doing some calibrations, and I'm using tweak_at_z to change parameters. I have ten instances of the plugin (50mm part, change every 5mm), and of course every time I change a value, the whole model is re-sliced. Is there a way to temporarily turn this off? It's especially annoying when I need to change more than one value per plugin (please, no comments along the lines of "you shouldn't be changing more than one value when calibrating, I know what I'm doing).

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Posted · Disabling running plug-ins every time a value is changed

Slide the model out of the printable region so it turns grey. After making changes you can return it to the desired location.

 

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Posted · Disabling running plug-ins every time a value is changed

Nothing to add. The solution mentioned by Xisle is the best one IMHO.

 

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