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When you send a file to the printer application crashes #2827

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pOmelchenko opened this Issue May 12, 2015 · 2 comments

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pOmelchenko commented May 12, 2015

I noticed today that when sending G-code printer (Octoprint) application crashes. If it is discovered fail with STL if was originally a Cyrillic name. When attempts through the web interface octoprint pour gcode he gave an error in the title of the Cyrillic (or rather that he does not understand the file format), but slic3r just took off without telling anything.

Ubuntu 14.04.2
slik3r 1.2.7 dev

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pOmelchenko May 12, 2015

As an option, it makes sense to convert the file name, when you send to the printer. For example Cyrillic transliteration in Latin script

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_9

pOmelchenko commented May 12, 2015

As an option, it makes sense to convert the file name, when you send to the printer. For example Cyrillic transliteration in Latin script

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_9

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Thank you, I fixed this.

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alexrj commented Jun 2, 2015

Thank you, I fixed this.

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born2b added a commit to born2b/Slic3r that referenced this issue Jun 10, 2015

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