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c.sitas
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« on: December 20, 2010, 21:12:09 pm »

Hello all;   Since I installed my 9.8.g version of cambam I seem to have a minior glich in my G code. I've looked in the post file and it is written as before. In my setup I have to have three spaces for the code, such as G00 or G01, not G0 or G1.Now it outputs olny the G0 or G1.I'm using  a post called Quickstep. I can edit around this but thought I'd see if there is a fix.I have  my file here also.  Thanks in advance.   c.sitas

* Quickstep.cbpp (1.64 KB - downloaded 150 times.)
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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2010, 21:51:24 pm »

Have you copied your Quickstep.cbpp into the new 0.9.8 system \ post folder?

In 0.9.8, if you go 'Tools - Browse system folder' it will open windows explorer where the post and other system folders are stored.

Make sure your Quickstep.cbpp is copied into there.  Then either restart CamBam, or in the new System tab, right click the 'Post processors' folder and select 'Refresh'.  You should see Quickstep in the list.

I just tried your post processor and looks good to me.

I hope this helps.
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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2010, 23:55:40 pm »




Thank you  Andy. For some reason it was in the post folder on the hard drive but ,not in the system post folder like you said. Good to go ,have a good holidays.  c.sitas
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