i figured out that Repetier Server 0.94.1 and previous versions filter out some data which should be printed to console but does not appear in Repetier Server UI. I can see the difference because i have Duet Web Control which puts out a lot more information when processing the code in there.
i guess i have to edit
but i dont know exactly what to enter
the output of M350/M666/M669 commands in DWC are
Microstepping - A:16, B:16, C:16, D:16, E:16(on)
Q:Buildup fac 0.0833
R:Spool r 65.00, 65.00, 65.00, 65.00
U:Mech Adv 2, 2, 2, 2
O:Lines/spool 1, 1, 1, 1
L:Motor gear teeth 20, 20, 20, 20
H:Spool gear teeth 255, 255, 255, 255
J:Full steps/rev 200, 200, 200, 200
A:0.00, -1166.00, -21.13
B:1010.00, 585.00, -25.26
C:-1015.00, 578.00, -28.55
P:Print radius: 500.0
T:Min segment length: 0.20
in Repetier Console
M350 is empty
M669 does not print the B line for example. It just jumps over it
Additionally the GCodes M117 and M118 which should print text show output only if i enable "Commands" to see the dark blue text too. I'd like to see the M117 and M118 messages in green color like the initial information of controller firmware or command output like M552.
Do i need to remove them from <gcodeWithText></gcodeWithText>?
Some more lines are missing but i can look into it next week
And another small problem with fan control / M106 command
I have attached laser pointers to my Duet board which are enabled or disabled by M106 P2 S0...255 command (or S0.0 ... 1.0). In Duet Web Control i can disable them easily using the user interface slider button. If i do the same in Repetier this does not shutdown the lasers but weakens their output. So i think the value S<> is not set to zero but to something like the half. To switch them off i have to typ M106 P2 S0 manually into console. The following screenshot shows my hardware. The left fan is hotend, the center fan is the blower for print and the right "fan" are my laser pointers. By the way my feature request would be to give the fans custom names instead of "Lüfter". This would be so helpsome.