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- Jun 9 2015, 3:23 PM (144 w, 3 d)
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Re: Ribbon Cables
Re: Ribbon Cables
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@karrad I agree with @alexei, using the Free Software license as End User License Agreement (EULA) seems appropriate to me. I am not sure whether we are using AGPL or LGPL for v3.2, or when they applied that switch upstream. IMO, the final call on this one to @Steven, including if he wants to get another third party to weigh in on this.
Feb 12 2018
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Dec 13 2017
Okay thanks all! In terms of other options, just throwing ideas out there (though I do not believe they are needed at this time), we could:
@karrad I'd like to leave this ticket open for the time being. One additional piece of work on this is a new video that will be published shortly online.
Dec 1 2017
Jul 10 2017
@sarwshan Note that this ticket closes in seven (7) days, so a timely response on this would be appreciated, so we can continue the thread if needed. Thank you!
Jun 20 2017
@sarwshan See above. Can you confirm whether or not any changes have been made to how LulzBot.com conducts its PayPal API call? Or perhaps any changes to Signifyd?
Jun 10 2017
@Megan You are contacting our account person at PayPal to look into this, right? We do not know of any changes to our account that would lead to this, but that's the first place we are checking to see if there have been any changes?
Jul 14 2016
Oct 20 2015
Sep 9 2015
Brim is still upper case. I commented on this elsewhere that it should be lower case, consistent with other menus. Might have gotten lost in the shuffle or overridden.
Agreed about "Bed preparation" rather than "Bed prep". I would insert a hyphen after PVA so it's PVA-based.
I have to double check the list, but it's possible that not every advanced material requires bed preparation... Just that if it requires bed preparation, then it's at least advanced (maybe expert).
Sep 8 2015
We have 25 characters and three lines to work with. The goal is to communicate two things:
Sep 4 2015
Sep 3 2015
The area for material description seems sufficient to address concerns about bed preparation and link to the site for people to purchase more filament, and/or get more information about the material itself! Good stuff. Now, if we go that route, preparing that content is a separate task entirely :)
Unrelated exploration of capitalization...
I've added a "Get more" clickable link that appears under the material selection if the profile has a url= key that points to the store. We could just as easily add a 'comment=' key in the profile which would appear below the material combobox when selected which could be used to indicate bed preparation for users.
nickthetait HIPS would be another example of a popular support material (dissolves in Limonene)
Some sort of suggestion cue would be neat. I will say that there are varying levels of importance regarding bed preparation. E.g. PEI + NinjaFlex = practically permanently stuck together if you don't use a glue stick.
^ Sorry for wall of text. Probably the biggest shortcoming of moving the profiles into Cura is that we lose the ability to communicate: Ease of use and bed preparation.
Here's my vote, but I'm looking forward to hearing what everyone else thinks-
My proposed edits on this version below.
Aug 28 2015
For the record, I had posted this in Pidgin earlier:
My proposed language:
Initial feedback on Cura_config_wiz_mock-002.jpg.Via is that the final firmware page is too wordy, and that "Expert user?" is unnecessary.
Aug 27 2015
Here comes a boatload of comments, let me know what you all think on these-
Pardon my clumsiness in Phabricator, still getting used to it :|
Edit: Ack! Replied this before finishing, had to resubmit, and accidentally deleted a duplicate entry below.
The main centered, bold header in each selection stage makes it clear what is happening in each stage of the process.
Here is some proposed text from orias and I. Let us know what you all think. Specifically, is our suggestion about using "Cancel" to get out of these menus appropriate?
Jul 28 2015
First, the warning needs to be simplified or people will ignore it. Here are a few ideas:
Jun 11 2015
Based on Steven's list of possible uses for Phabricator: