@Jim46 if you mean the config tool, the link is working for me. Should work in any browser.
I haven't started yet. The local places aren't currently asking or accepting public made items. Though the local 3D printing cafe is producing a stockpile and waiting for approval from the authorities.
I think the machines that squeeze a resuscitator bag have the best chance of getting done quickly.
Bag valve mask. And yes those definitely look more promising in the short term since they can easily be repurposed.
Seeing as you're using the raspberry pi I believe the means of updating would be to use apt update on the pi. I believe you'd also need to have the unstable repository added.
Have you PID tuned the heaters?
I agree it's unfortunate. I may have done the same thing at some point. The PanelDue isn't very intelligent in and of itself. It simply sends gcode commands when you press the buttons. I think it's already in the wishlist to have the button hidden during a print.
Since the autolevel button on the PanelDue just calls G32 and therefore bed.g macro you can customize it to behave however you wish.
Perhaps a good idea would be to issue a pause command at the start and then an M291 dialogue with OK/cancel to act as a confirmation. That way if you did accidentally press it, it should be able to cancel it and resume the print. I haven't tried that myself, so I'm not sure if it would even work.
With conditional gcode it should also be possible to check if a print is in progress and exit the macro if so.
Username checks out. Sorry for your mishap.
I clear babystepping at the end of a print so I can't say I've noticed this behaviour at all.