Went to start another print, and the GFUI still showed the previous print as ongoing. I clicked ‘cancel’ on the open window in the GFUI. The printer status in the upper right-hand corner showed ‘cancelling’.
I turned the GF off, went to my computer (MacBook Pro) and closed the browser (Firefox).
Went back to the GF and turned it back on. Lights came on, but I didn’t hear or see it run through the start-up sequence.
I opened Firefox back up and navigated to the app and tried to start a new print. it’s still showing ‘cancelling’.
Y’know, I program industrial controls and the devices that protect electrical power systems and control motors up to 30,000 horsepower, Generators that can power medium-sized cities, so I feel competent with a lot of digital stuff.
This thing’s got some interesting corners in it when it comes to the GFUI and the interfacing through the cloud.
Trip a 22,000 horsepower motor offline? I don’t sweat. Glowforge don’t work? I sweat.