I have had a change in thinking on a part or filament settings many times after pressing "print" on the touch screen and then want to stop the print process. It is maddening that the firmware is structured in such a way that all temps must be reached before the print can be truly stopped. Waiting for the bed to reach 80 or 90 when it is at 40 or 50 takes many minutes. Wasted time!
Am I overlooking another way to kill a print immediately other than turning off the power and rebooting the printer? Even this may fail if the "loss of power - part in memory" feature works.
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