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@LePaul I read a post you made on Cura and was curious of how you think the function works with newer Cura ver...

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Laying flat? Yeah.... I never really got an answer

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Did not see one either, found others with the same opinion an no solution was posted...
How do you quickly and easily get an object to lay flat in Cura? It seems much more difficult than in past versions of the software.
The lay flat is horribly implemented. It's fairly slow and doesn't even always give the best solution.
And one that put this option forth.
If lay flat doesn't work then you can hold shift and do smaller rotational adjustments.
I never this existed.

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