Also I forgot to post my setup:
Octoprint connected to Creality CR-10S 400 printer.
Ok, in that case it's most likely user error. You should also know that when you have multiple processes, the post-processing scripts are only run from the first process you have in the list, so you can't have different post-processing scripts in different processes and expect that to work. Post-processing settings for the other processes are simply ignored, so you must do all your post-processing in the first process.DotScott1 wrote: ↑Thu Dec 13, 2018 12:08 pmActually... I think I figured out the problem. It appears that when you have a single object with multiple processes throughout (Process A goes to 5mm height, then process B starts at 5mm height) it tends to screw up the pausing script. At least when I copy that object (and it's multiple processes) anyway. Somewhere along the way I switched it to where the object only had one, single process instead of multiple and maybe that's what solved the issue. Not sure if that's a bug or just something in the script I was trying to run but... this works for now.