RoboDLC wrote: ↑
Tue Dec 22, 2020 12:41 am
I don't care about the revision of the driver, as long as it works reliably after I set up the options. I don't really have an emotional tie to any slicer/printer program.
I'm happy as long as it works.
I understand you.
Today we are so much used to receive frequent software updates, and these update most of the time are pointless (or just useful to keep up the hype around the product, convincing you to continue paying the fee.)
Moreover users often strongly demand for software updates without exploiting maximum capabilities from current versions.
So I think that changing in the sake of change is not always a good idea, Simplify3D 4.1.2 is still a great product, but I also think that is truly time to address some bugs and introduce some usefull additional functions.
Anyway, the Simplify3D Team's long silence is inexcusable.
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