Put the G28 or other finish positioning in your M30 (M1030) macro instead. It still shows, but then you know its not part of the code.
Ah ah! interesting, thanks
2 other things I noticed.
- depending of the order you load the Gcode/do the homing/zeroing the work offset ; the limit warning can appears ; in this case, I click on 'regen toolpath' and then run the Gcode again ; if I get another warning limit, there is really a pb with limit, if not, it's ok and I can run.
- the second issue, I get it only since I've installed the smoothsteper. It comes (for the Z axis) when I run a Gcode for the second time to redo the same part again, and only if I've add a toolchange in the program (and rezeroing the Z). It's a false alert and the only way I find to solve the pb (except disable the limits) is to redo the homing for each part.