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  1. #101
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    Very nice solution! Norton had a fit trying to run the editor for some reason (Win7). I was able to trust the file and it ran fine.

    I'll give those command line options a go today.

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    The command line options are currently not implemented, but will be for the next update. Also, these options are not currently plumbed in. I was just getting the interface setup and asking for your thoughts.

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    Aha... Thanks for the heads up I'm still working on a very targeted 'circlip'. That will keep me busy today.

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    And for your viewing and cube editing pleasure... I have plumbed the preferences dialog as well as the command line options.
    Option Description
    -pr:[on|off] Enable or disable original Cube3 file preservation.
    On: enables preservation
    Off: disables preservation.
    If enabled, will add a _MOD_XXXX to the end of the filename.
    Default: ON
    -b:n Disable or set the number of back files to create. To disable backup file creation, set n to 0.
    Default: 5
    -mt:n Set the maximum temperature allowed. The minimum value is 0, but the maximum allowed setting is 300.
    Default: 265
    -mc:[on|off] Enable or disable creating minimum sized Cube3 files. Enabling this option will not allow files to be transmitted to the Cube3 printer over WiFi. Disabling this option allows files to be transmitted to the Cube3 ptiner over WiFi.
    Default: OFF
    -z:[on|off] Enable or disable allowing temperatures to be set to 0.
    Default: ON
    -help Display help.


    These options will override and update the settings configured from the UI dialog. Default values are from the first run are highlighted in bold above.

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    Nice!

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    Hey buddybu, hope things are well.

    Finally tracked down that material issue I've been having...

    Included are two files to do the simple test;
    1) open the editor
    2) open the each file noting the material color

    observation;
    The PLA file shows PLA Neon Green correctly (testcube_LP11100.cube3).
    The ABS file shows CP_ABS Neon Green incorrectly (testcube_LA11100.cube3)

    You will also note that when viewing the BFB, the color code is indeed changed.
    Correcting the field in the UI will correct this.
    My worries is that a command line operation with Cube3 ABS in the .cube3 file will corrupt it with the incompatible Cubepro color code.

    BTW: is that link a few posts back the latest with command line updates wired in?

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    ...And yes, the app is opening the re-encrypted file for Wifi submission!
    That is a feat in my book any day.
    Way to go buddybu!
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Well, interesting. The code in the decoded BFB for the ABS file is 256, which is CubePro ABS Neon Green. The code for Cube3 ABS Neon green is 141. How did you create the ABS file? Where did you get the number for the color? I got the color codes by creating a Cube3 and CubePro file with that specified each color and material so that I could capture these numbers.

    ABS Color CubePro Cube3
    Teal 260 76
    Purple 262 77
    Brown 261 78
    Silver 263 79
    Glow in the dark Green 264 80
    Glow in the dark Blue 265 81
    Forest Green 267 105
    Navy Blue 268 106
    Coral 269 107
    Dark Grey 270 108
    Pale Yellow 271 109
    Gold 272 110
    Bronze 273 111
    Red 252 132
    Green 257 133
    Blue 258 134
    Yellow 255 135
    White 250 136
    Black 259 137
    Tan 254 138
    Magenta 251 139
    Orange 253 140
    Neon Green 256 141
    Industrial Grey 266 N/A

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    Oh, that's kind of my point... the file has 141 in it. Opening the file changed it to 256. So there is a conversion going on somewhere.
    Therefore, for PLA, it is not making a change, but for ABS, it convert the value to Cubepro upon opening.
    This has been going on since very early. I just couldn't isolate the bug until I noticed that PLA acted normally.

    Basically, all CUBE3 (type) converts all ABS to CP_ABS upon opening.

    Thanks for the consolidated list BTW

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    Here are your other materials;

    Ekocycle

    300 RED
    301 White
    302 Black
    303 Natural
    304 Gray

    Cube3

    500 Infinity Rinse


    Cubepro

    501 Infinity Rinse

    That should complete the list to the best of my knowledge until you get to Cubepro advanced materials.

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    Well, that was quite ah, I'll just say you are right and I made a really novice mistake... and you should pull the latest version of the zip file. It is now corrected. Thank you for the Infinity Rinse values. I didn't have those values and they are now implemented. I also added a new feature that shows which sides are empty and disables the ability to select a color. The same is true for Infinity Rinse. If you choose that, you get InfRinse as the color and you can't change it.

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    I have a programming background from, let's say, 'a previous life'. My head is fairly 'calcified' too.

    Good that you included the InfRinse protection. It is a really isolated choice in the slicers.
    And the protection of empty bay(s) is also a great idea!

    Where did you want me to grab the latest ZIP from?
    Last edited by TommyDee; 07-28-2019 at 01:25 AM.

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    You should be able use the previous link, but here it is:

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

    Ah calcified. Yeah. I spend my work days learning something new every day about Java. Writing this set of utilities in C# has been keeping me fresh in that arena.

 

 

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