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Revision to Duet Web Control Manual

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It will adapt to smaller screen sizes as required however all the features can still be accessed through drop down menus, as shown here on an Android Phone:
 
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''Machine Control Page for an Cartesian IDEX printer on Android mobile phone''
The currently selected tool is underlined and the background is light blue (in the default skin):
 
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The heater(s) of the active tool are set to the defined active tool temperature, heaters of standby tools are set to the standby tool temperature, tools that are "off" have their heaters turned off. In the image above, tool 2 uses both heaters so they are both at active temperature. In the next image, tool 1 is selected and heater 2 is thus active, heater 1 is at standby.
 
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Tools can be selected or deselected using the right click menu
 
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The '''load filament''' option runs a load filament macro that is defined on the filaments page which will be covered later.
If you have a mixing setup with a lot of different tools dfined for different ratios then it may be asier to view the heaters, rather than tools. Selecting the heater view shows each heater, and the associated tools:
 
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These images illustrate a more complex setup, just having 1 tool per heater is more normal):
 
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=== Homing and Moving Axes ===

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