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    Let me look into that. It would be a good feature. CTRL-F to start it and F3 for next Shift-F3 for previous. Initial version will be case insensitive and probably no regex

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    Just an editor enhancement, yes. TY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaruchi View Post
    I understand your enthusiastic support

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    let me ask 4 of the temperatures 210 260 250 and 200 which one do I need to change and what does the meaning of each temperature show?
    Can you link me to the original file so I can confirm what you see?

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    Rough new find implementation. Quick and dirty. I will refine it to add some key sequences. Right now, it is case insensitive. Type your string and press the button. Keep pressing the button to find the next one. Sorry it is so simple right now.

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1gd...mhQ_f28-DhOI6e

    I will update the main link here too.

    Oh, BTW, I am attempting to move the whole project to .NET Core 3.0. I have all of the command line utilities done, but not the GUI, yet.... This will let my tools run on Linux, Mac and Windows.

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    Sweet on both fronts. Yes, that is a great add-on find option to the viewer. Thank you once again.

    How is that Cube3 wifi finder doing? Any way the editor can inherit a "send" button with your current understanding?

    I'll be training some newbies on the editor in the next week or so. They need PETG for their Cube3's and Amazon should be delivering soon.

    You know Windows still complains but only once. You have to knowingly over-ride 'its' recommendations and it won't bother you again.
    Will that go away with .net?

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    hello bad new work on delayed replies i'll try your new version! This is my file, you see and help me

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LR...D-AuObF1LTwbtk

    I have tried to open your new version to change the ABS material to 245 ~ 255 but I cannot enter the temperature I want to change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyDee View Post
    Sweet on both fronts. Yes, that is a great add-on find option to the viewer. Thank you once again.

    How is that Cube3 wifi finder doing? Any way the editor can inherit a "send" button with your current understanding?

    I'll be training some newbies on the editor in the next week or so. They need PETG for their Cube3's and Amazon should be delivering soon.

    You know Windows still complains but only once. You have to knowingly over-ride 'its' recommendations and it won't bother you again.
    Will that go away with .net?
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    Well, TBH, I have been dealing with family health issues (not related to the recent C19 stuff) for the last few months, and a lot of things fell off my plate. Only recently has that started to relent.

    I was able to get a lot of it done, but I haven't been able to get the cube to reply to some messages. I need to go over the last trace I did to make sure that I didn't miss a step. If I can get the file to send, then a Send button in the cube3 editor will not be an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamaruchi View Post
    hello bad new work on delayed replies i'll try your new version! This is my file, you see and help me

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LR...D-AuObF1LTwbtk

    I have tried to open your new version to change the ABS material to 245 ~ 255 but I cannot enter the temperature I want to change.
    Okay, I was able to open your file just fine. I can see that it is a CubePro file generated with version 1.87

    Here are the steps to take.
    1. Set Printer Model to Cube 3

    This will cause the versions to be set to default values. You can override if you need, but I would not suggest it.
    ce_model.PNG

    2. Set Material to ABS and Color to your configuration. I have set it to black in my example.
    ce_material.PNG

    3. To set the first temperature to 245, select the blank cell between the existing "250" and "Replace". Type 245 and press Enter. The last column should now say "245"
    ce_245.PNG

    4. To set the next temperature to 255, select the blank cell between the existing "260" and "Replace. Type 255 and press Enter. The last column should now say 255.
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    5. Now click Update to confirm the changes and update the temperatures in the file data. Once you click update the values you typed and the last column will clear, and the 250 and 260 will be replaced by 245 and 255, respectively.
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    6. Now is time to save the updated data. Click the Generate Cube3 file
    ce_generate.PNG

    7. You should now have a new file with "_MOD" added to the filename.
    ce_mod.PNG

    8. This file can now printed in the cube pro software


    Sorry this was so long.

    I am thinking that it would be fairly simple to change the header of the cubepro file to be a cube3 file. I am trying that now and if it works, do you think it is worth the time?

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    Well, I managed to get the CubePro file to print on the Cube3. I had to replace the entire init code section with a Cube3 section and it printed. Otherwise, while doing init, the Cube3 would suddenly reboot. But the slicer for CubePro cannot print items very well on the Cube3. Here is the result.

    IMG_20200512_105940267.jpg
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    Sorry to hear your family dealing with health issues Buddy. All our prayers of course. Good to know you are on the backside of this.

    Short of changing to Cube3 for yamaruchi's use case (he has a CubePro printer) you covered the process beautifully.

    I still need to look into the file. The print itself doesn't look bad. This looks like a bearing print and those dots are always a test of adhesion. The reboot however is not something I've experienced but I will look into it. The oddity I've run across is that CubePro doesn't do a clean shutdown after the print is complete. Not sure why yet.

    yaramuchi, leave out the material change steps and only go with the temperature modifications. Let me review your file to know what those assignments are and i will explain what I am looking at.

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    These are my findings in your file yamaruchi.

    200'C - initialization before going to 250'C
    260'C - first layer wall traces
    245'C - first layer infill
    250'C - general printing temperature for most of the model

    This is a single filament print so it is easy to dissect. Thank you again, Buddy for adding the find button. Made it real easy to interrogate the file.

    Also note that starting 1st layer gap in the file is 0.4mm above what you set the plate gap to. If you run these files, you might need to reduce the gap on your printer.

    Buddy, quick question regarding CubePro v2.02 files... can the BFB be extracted and decompiled without worrying about checksums or other indexed files? Here is a valid 2.02 CubePro file; https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hUH...ew?usp=sharing I'm thinking we just splice the meaningful part into a standard header. Not try to recompile in the new format, for instance. 2.02 is a version worth preserving over 1.87.
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    Unfortunately, here is what I get when decoding with the known key. Like I described earlier. After the G50, this file becomes some sort of vector description. I didn't get much further than this.

    cubepro202_decode.PNG

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    Cool, that's what I've been fuzzy about. You need some new keys

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    I did the steps as instructed and then opened the mod file in cube3 Editor but the temperature still didn't change


    if we could embed the customizing temperature feature right into the cube, that's good! Or let's work together to create a custom embedded temperature project
    Last edited by yamaruchi; 05-13-2020 at 02:06 PM.

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