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I have been playing around with my second printhead trying to get it calibrated better. I can't seem to find a place to choose just that printhead to print from. I have always used another Slicer for testing, but with dual supported on Cura think I may be missing something obvious.

Anybody have a tricks to print with head #2 only?

 

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No doubt a dumb question but I cannot work out how to copy this file. I can display the code in various ways in github but cannot find a .py file that in Windows I can right click and select "copy". Help please :oops:

 

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Thanks Dim3nsioneer, that is what I did (plus other things as well) It does not work for me; when I right click on 15.01(download here) I get an IE menu box with Copy & Cut disabled and if you use the "save tartget as.." you just end up with a text file not a .py file

 

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Strange. I just succeeded to download the file by right-clicking and selecting 'save target as...' with the IE10. It might be a restriction of your browser installation.

btw: what about using a reasonable browser such as Firefox, Safari or Chrome? :p

 

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Lol; Chrome? too invasive, Safari? thought that was apple, firefox? been there done that.

OK as I am in the right place I will do some searching, not quite sure what is doing it but sure I will find it! Thanks

 

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