(Not sure which section to put this in, there doesn’t seem to be one for PreForm, so apologies if it’s int the wrong place)
Having just put two prints on overnight, one failed to complete whilst the other, still with a few issues, took 17 hours to print at 0.973 of the correct size…Arghhhh!
It hasn’t happened to me before, and I don’t know whether that little scale arrow next to the rotate/ move controller has always been there in previous ProForm versions, but whilst the rotate and move always show if you’ve messed up, accidentally touch the scale arrow and it just rescales everything but doesn’t warn you.
(I can’t see how to upload an image, but if you use PreForm, I think you will all see it top RHS of the control “globe” unless you’ve found the way to switch it off that I’m searching for.)
So, whilst I can imagine that 1 time in 1000 I might want to mess with the scale, the other 999 times I won’t.
Is there a way to switch that little scale control off. I can’t see any preferences to control it.
Otherwise, yes, I can try to remember that every time I use PreForm I need to double-check the “Size” (scale) menu before printing.
Am I the only one who has done this? Obviously wastes resin etc, so all good from FormLab’s end!
Thanks for any pointers.