Using host software
Does it open in arduino ide I want to use print run but haven't downloaded it yet.
From what I see on the Internet Printrun is written in Python so it's not going to run on an Arduino IDE which uses C++. It should run on a Raspberry Pi though since the Raspberry Pies typically run Python.
That's what I thought but but I got it off arduino.cc and its suppose to work well with it but I haven't tried it yet just got in from my tropical forest of a back yard I need to also check all of my wires to Make sure it is done right maybe tonight I hope plus the slide tray has some play in it I'm going to do a test print first before I re do it maybe it will work home end stops set thermistor s choose board check the default settings on the motors be ba ba ba ba .maybe 2028 should be printing something.
Its a wrestling match just like I expected something off about this whole "host" thing seems like with all the work that went into marlin this function should be built in same thing with octaprint seems like these things should be integrated to avoid this #$%!=\ but that's just one persons opinion.
Octoprint does have a plugin to update firmware on many printer controllers
If, of course, thats what you're trying to do
It obviously doesnt work with all boards, but it works with many. It doesnt work with mine tho so i cant tell you how to use it
I got the print run zip slicing I wish ! I can't even open the pronsole doesn't work with word or note pad if I can find what it opens the correct way I can access the settings for everything but what opens it ? That's the question . otherwise I have to outsource this problem . thanks if anybody knows this one.?
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