@smarshall Can you share some more info about what you're experiencing? hardware and firmware used? Perhaps starting a new thread with all your details would be best. Link back to this thread if you think it's related.
Sometimes when using a release candidate or beta things can get out of sync. Was this the firmware that came on the board originally or were you using the RC via the unstable branch update method on the Pi?
If I'd follow that logic, I'd allow 0.001 steps/mm to avoid 'division by zero' problems.
But in my case it wouldn't drift towards eternity, but to zero time.
OTOH an acceleration of 0 would take forever
I'm always amazed by the number of alternative packages to do "the same thing" along with instructions that sometimes work and sometimes don't. That tutorial takes a slightly different approach but better still WORKED FIRST TIME !!
Getting the filaments truly mixed is still on my list of objectives
Back in these days, I started experimenting with a post processing script that mixes the colors while printing the perimeters. The nozzle would run in rectangles across the perimeters instead of individual straight tracks. It was horrible, because the Diamond hotend was heavy and the small moves made the printer shake.
@chrishamm I have done the plugin. The plugin is a Wifi Saver. You enter the wifi´s name, the password, and also you have the option to insert the IP adress, Net Mask and Get Way, but they are not required. When you enter de datas, you have a button that when you press it sends a M587 code remembering the networks data. You can also delete this networks data pressing another button.
The reason that I create this plugin is to have facilities when you want to remember a network in the web page.