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While digging through OHAI today I noticed that we have a calibration guide for the V2 Dual Extruder, but it is in the accessories and upgrades section. Could we move that to the Calibration section to make navigation a bit easier for customers? It would also be nice to have it updated for Cura LE.
Aug 15 2018
Another thing that we should do is update the steps/photos to show the steps in Cura LE, instead of Legacy. This is more for the old Dual heads, but can also apply to the standard heads as well.
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Mainly just pictures of the security prompt that pops up when a user tries to install on a Windows machine, and also, if possible a write up on extracting a .zip file for the RAMBo driver. We don't get a whole lot of calls about it, but it could help give the customer piece on mind, if they are unfamiliar with computers.
Apr 10 2018
I can help with this if desired, if I can duplicate their security prompts on my M$ system at home.
@karrad sounds good. I'm just saying that since I don't have access to a Windows comp, writing steps and getting screen shots for how to extract and save a file sounds tricky
Apr 9 2018
@glatti We can get screen shots as needed, but for the most part we do not have anyone dedicated to this. What help are you looking for on updating these?
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Jan 11 2018
Since I made this ticket back in March of 2017, Django has already released v1.11 and v2.0. There are some useful things in 2.0 that may make it worth moving to, especially the change in URL patterns. However, most of the recent books and documentation you will find are going to be on 1.11.
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Oh thanks. I never thought to look at the project names, I kept thinking about the LulzBot in the html source or the headers/footers/etc..
When I went into admin to look for it and fix it, I found quite a few others (2 in project names and 6 in project descriptions). It's all fixed now.
Found a project that still has the lowercase B: https://ohai.lulzbot.com/project/277a1005-46c1-4b99-bc60-f39965c395f0/a16b1f2d-5c1f-47fe-a83d-9d68cca5d62c/
Apr 12 2016
I forgot to commit the migration file. Thanks for noticing.
It looks like the FileSystemStorage has the hardcoded path of where to store the files in the migration. I'm going to look at this and see why and get it fixed.. but it looks like if you change the path (from my own, which is probably always going to happen), then you will have that problem where you need a new migration to alter the hardcoded path from previous migrations.
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Mar 28 2016
TIL! I thought I clicked through all the options that were available.
By the way, it was customizable from the 'ohai-kit settings' option in the admin page : https://ohai.lulzbot.com/admin/ohai_kit/ohaikitsetting/1/
Mar 22 2016
Claudio: This Wasn't as easy as I thought: The String is hardcoded in MysqlDB.
pwd for MySQL DB can be found here: /srv/ohai-kit.alephobjects.com/ohai_instance/ohai_instance/settings.py
Thanks for jumping on that so quickly!
Mar 21 2016
Alexei: unfortunately this cannot be corrected through the normal content admin portal. Is this a server-side fix?
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Closing until someone finds one that was missed.
Dec 14 2015
Thanks for the useful info! The guest workflow was restricted to guest users, so it would redirect to "/" if you were logged in. this is a side effect of the new feature I added last time to allow seeing the guest workflow even if logged in instead of the "begin job" interface.
It should be fixed now, and I've updated it on the server as well.
Dec 9 2015
Clearing the cookies or logging out eliminates the behavior, on both Chromium and Iceweasel. Once you log back in though, that behavior returns.
It looks like clearing my cookies eliminates that behavior, until I log into ohai.
I can't reproduce this issue, can you see if it happens on all pages or a specific one ?
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Is this fixed ?
Oct 21 2015
Fixed with 131c8c54f0fb