How does this work?
I set up P2PP with Prusaslicer and sliced a multi-color print. I then tried to load that into Chroma and got an error “chroma failed to detect any layers that contain transitions". Setting up p2pp gave me first this error:
“wipe tower is currently only supported with the relative extruder addressing”
and once I fixed that I was given a bunch of errors after slicing. These can be broken into 2 separate issues.
Issue 1) was that all purging volumes were set to 70mm^3. This was set per the set up instructions.
Issue 2) [containing many lines with all the same error] The minimum splice is less than the 80 that entered in the line: ;P2PP MINSPLICE=80
I assume the print can be run even though I have these errors. Error 1 can be addressed as I work with the P2PP to dial in settings and Error 2 must be acceptable otherwise how can people print smaller, more detailed prints with the P2PP plugin?
I loaded the created gcode in chroma and got the ““chroma failed to detect any layers that contain transitions" error mentioned above. I also loaded a 2 color gcode sliced in Cura for an IDEX printer in and that loaded just fine. It did create an unneeded purge block, but I assumed that to be correct with all things considered.
I noticed that Chroma does not allow for any modifications to the print. It just added the purge block. I was under the impression that Chroma would allow me to make changes to the print.
Is this a good question?