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  • Ender5r
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    I'm not sure Joseph would appreciate that comment, given that he's Czech

  • roon4660
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    Prusa looks like a Prussian.

  • roon4660
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    Thank you that will save me some hassle.

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  • Geit
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    Originally posted by roon4660 View Post
    Does everyone have to slgn in again every time to Vax now or is something else screwed up in my system?
    You need to check the little box "remember me" before logging in. Then your login will be stored as cookie.

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  • Ender5r
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    My biggest disappointment is their lack of communication regarding the Version 5 release. It was announced over a year ago and no real information has been produced.
    True 'nuf. It makes one wonder if they're afraid they don't have enough to offer to make it a worthwhile upgrade.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    My biggest disappointment is their lack of communication regarding the Version 5 release. It was announced over a year ago and no real information has been produced.

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  • Ender5r
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    Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
    I think we have similar view points. I don't mind paying for something if it is worth the price, I can see others are on a more stricter budget. I feel that I have had more successful prints with S3D than with the others and that is worth the expense. I also like that there are no upgrades that require a new learning curve. Geit maybe right in that it will simply fade away, I do hope they come up with a new major upgrade.
    That's why I'm waiting. Version 5 will be a make-or-break release for them I think. It is interesting to note that the vast majority of postings about v5 in their forum are to the effect that people will pay for it. Naturally, there are a few negative postings, but far fewer than I expected to find.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    I think we have similar view points. I don't mind paying for something if it is worth the price, I can see others are on a more stricter budget. I feel that I have had more successful prints with S3D than with the others and that is worth the expense. I also like that there are no upgrades that require a new learning curve. Geit maybe right in that it will simply fade away, I do hope they come up with a new major upgrade.

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  • roon4660
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    Does everyone have to slgn in again every time to Vax now or is something else screwed up in my system?

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  • roon4660
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    With this tiny screen poor vision and my head spinning around most of the day I'm surprised I don't make more.

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  • Ender5r
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    roon4660, I do love some of your typos: Prussia instead of Prusa is definitely 1 of your better ones. Thanks for the smile. 😄

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  • roon4660
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    I have to log into Vax every time now. It no longer recognizes me automatically.

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  • roon4660
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    I'm going to stick with Prussia instead of skipping from slicer to slicer as many people more expert than I are wont to do. I have to keep my brain damage under control and move slowly and positively through things or my brain starts spinning.

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  • Ender5r
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    Interesting dilema. I think a lot of the questions will be resolved when (some will say if) Simplify3D gets its next major update. If it pushes the state of the art in serious ways, it may well actually increase the user base. If not, well.....

    No doubt the fact that it's supposed to be a paid update will piss off many long time users, but whether it will make them abandon the program is a very different question. I suspect many will fork over the money, looking at it as a small price to pay for all the years they've been using it. As I said, it will depend a lot on the improvements, or lack thereof.

    For example, I will certainly look at the new version when, and if, it's released. If it really sets a new high bar for slicers, I may well buy it and keep it for the trial period.

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  • woodwaker_dave@yahoo.com
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    I don't disagree. I have used both CURA and PrusaSlicer, but for me the cost was worth it.

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