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[Request] Custom filename - used_filament in meters #1680

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DaTTcz opened this issue Jan 18, 2019 · 4 comments
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[Request] Custom filename - used_filament in meters #1680

DaTTcz opened this issue Jan 18, 2019 · 4 comments

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@DaTTcz DaTTcz commented Jan 18, 2019

The output file name parameter "used_filament" is in millimeters with three decimal places? Better would be in meters I think. Just like on the panel.

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@bubnikv bubnikv commented Jan 29, 2019

Implemented with de742bb

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@DaTTcz DaTTcz commented Feb 9, 2019

Thank you. Slic3rPE 1.42.0 a5 - Now it is stored in meters but does not round off. For 3.00 on panel is stored 2.99615. Better to round them to 2 decimal places.

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@bealparslan bealparslan commented May 31, 2019

Now it is stored in meters but does not round off. For 3.00 on panel is stored 2.99615. Better to round them to 2 decimal places.

+1 Same problem here. In a nut shell; {used_filament} stored in (ex.) 5.66696 meters. I prefer round up to 5.67
Like the sliced info section.

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@bealparslan bealparslan commented May 31, 2019

  • {total_weight} needs rounding too.
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