I too will raise my hand. There are times when I do not want a wider trace, I want more material. Yeah, usually this is a mechanical adjustment, you can dork for two hours and 30m of filament to get that perfect height for a particular filament or you can up the extrusion multiple a bit in 5 seconds. There are some filaments that do NOT extrude nice and pretty like ABS or PLA. PLA Silk for instance seems to delay coming out and will RETRACT without a fan on full blast to keep if from "pooling in the air". In this case you don't want the fan to cool it down because that prevents bed adhesion, but you do need to get more filament out there to make contact with the bed. There are models that I cannot print with S3D, but I can with CURA because I can get that first layer boost from CURA, but not from S3D. With CURA it will squirt more out and I get my "squish", with S3D, upping the trace width just gets me a wider space between the poorly extruded traces.
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