Do you retract them by current mixing ratio or equal lengths?
Equal lengths. It has to be that way because, as in the case of that test print, the mixing ratio was 100% of one filament and zero for the other 5. So retracting by mixing ratio would have meant that only a single filament would have been retracted, which would simply pull filament from the other 5 inputs, rather than the nozzle.
@o_lampe yeah i came to say the same as what @chrishamm said. the sticky posts are generally not recent so in the recent view they are not there, but in the normal category view they are:
The cameras are for my rural property, which has no power. My home where I live (and print) not only has power, we also have internet and hot running water. It's amazing all the shit we're getting these days!
Just winding you up... We've just had a few issues on the farm recently with trespassers and thieving, and even a crazy bloody real estate agent coming on the place and leaving me notes. It's time to catch them in the act!
I share your fears about the border. This "covid thing" is like a blank check for pollies, and don't even get me started on the media coverage. It's like everyone caught Stockholm syndrome rather than covid.
Good catch Owen!
I read lately, that some guy wrote a gcode syntax highlighter for the forum. I didn't knew what that meant, so forgot mostly about it. Would be interesting to try that one in this context.