it's been quite a while since I last worked with S3D. I installed the new version, and I'm preparing a few prints.
I ask this to go for sure that I don't have overseen something: I have a dual extruder printer. One thing which didn't work in the old S3D version (v3.x) was that the print preview showed the extruder offset incorrectly, meaning that e.g. support material on the 2nd extruder has been shown with the tool offset.
Now, in the new version, I removed the option "apply tool offsets to G-Code coordinates" in the G-Code option tab (didn't remember if it was there in the old version). The preview is now showing both extruder paths correctly related to each other. However, the tooltip for this option says that this should be activated if the firmware of the printer doesn't support tool offsets. How can I figure out if my printer supports this and I can leave this option disabled?
I have a Raise3D N2 Dual printer. I'm not sure, but if I remember correctly, the firmware is called Marlin(?). There's also a slicing software available from Raise3D, I imported the S3D generated G-Code file to verify. The preview isn't showing any offsets, so it seems that all is okay.