It appears the hot end temp doesn't show the target value when you manually set it, meaning what it's supposed to be headed towards, The heat bed shows it. Maybe I'm missing something. I searched tickets and couldn't find if this has been addressed yet, I apologize if this has been covered.
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- rCT45339f96d0ea: T875: Removed zero from bed temperature TextInput
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rCTbd6884a37eff: T875: Removed zero from bed temperature TextInput
rCT976754b3fadc: T875 target bedplate and target extruder temoerature shows up only when it is…
rCTc5a014627dc9: T875: Added extruder target temperature label. Noticed and fixed QML warning…
rCT6f0768b1001b: T875: Added extruder target temperature label. Noticed and fixed QML warning…
Yes, I think this is a good idea...If you can make that work code-wise, meaning no target value when using a default profile, I think it would be great as a "tell" to know when customers are manually setting their temps and when they are not. It will help troubleshooting, because that will be one of the most common screenshots we'll get and we'll know immediately if they are working with our default profile for the given filament, or if they're messing around with the temps and tinkering where they (maybe) shouldn't be. But if "0C" means the same thing, we can work with that as well, I just know from experience, that newbie customers will most likely be confused if both values say 0C when they start a quickprint. If it's feasible, I think that's what we'd like.
@efilenko That looks better, but I'm getting a bit confused. The request never had to do with the Celsius in the "set" text box, it was more about the target number to the right of it. For example right now I'm doing a woodfill test print of our current testing profiles, and the build plate says its at 60C but the number next to it says 0C.
I did not set any temps, I just clicked print, the profile already knows the temperatures. It could have something to do with the fact it's a testing profile, but I've seen the same with other profiles and filaments with Cura 2. It's the number that I've pointed out in the screenshot. We'd like those numbers to show the target temp, and then if possible not show at all when using a built in "quickprint" profile.
We want the temp to show actual temps being used in that field. Even with whatever profile is being used, it should show the customer the actual temperature!
Sorry for all the confusion here,
Below what do we have is printer disconnected after Heat extruder and build plate were accomplished.
And next picture is when we just started printer but not connected yet:
Would you like to remove red 0C on the picture below and move back green 0C back ?
What other changes are needed, based on pictured cases I added?
So picture 1: Shows correct target values for setting temps, and missing them slightly which isn't concerning
Picture 2: Cooling
Picture 3: I guess that's fine?
Picture 4: There's no model loaded, no print in progress, but if that what we'll see where a customer users a built in profile, we can live with it.
The whole point from the beginning was that the target values (the small black letters to the left) weren't working properly. Then it turned into a troubleshooting idea to have NO value show if a customer is using a default profile.