zemlin wrote: ↑Fri Dec 16, 2022 4:42 pm
So this is an improvement because it used to simply display the angles - now you need to know the starting point for the selected pattern and do the math?
In some cases this can be nice, but it's not a straight improvement. They removed the ability for custom infill angles. If I wanted to do rectilinear with -45, 0, +45, I can no longer do this. I used to twist the wiggle infill every layer by 90 degrees every layer which would result in a really nice brick pattern, I can no longer do that. If you have a complex part and need to adjust infill angles per layer, you can no longer do it. That was the whole point of custom infill angles, but now you're restricted to the standard angles, which rotate on a standard/90 degree rotation only. Rectilinear infill is now rotated 90 degrees, every single layer, no exceptions, which is a loss of a feature and a big problem for some people who made use of this. Yeah, you can adjust the initial infill angle of the first layer, and the subsequent layers will follow suit, but that's completely different from a list of custom infill angles. You could also specify whether to print your custom angles on every single layer or not, which is also gone with the removal of custom infill angles. We need these setting back.