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-You can read more about control codes in the section called ​"Formatted output" ​further on in this booklet.+You can read more about control codes in the section called ​[[wiki:​en:​ppedit#​formatted_output|Formatted output]] further on in this documentation.
  
    
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-''​M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​ystopa>​("​ X#​x"​)''​+''​%%M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​ystopa>​("​ X#x")%%''​
  
 After: \\ After: \\
-''​M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​ystopa*2>​("​ X#​x"​)''​+''​%%M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​ystopa*2>​("​ X#x")%%''​
  
 //- How do I get a decimal point after all numbers, even integers? My machine requires this otherwise the numbers will be interpreted as thousandths. //- How do I get a decimal point after all numbers, even integers? My machine requires this otherwise the numbers will be interpreted as thousandths.
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 Before: \\ Before: \\
-''​M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​xstopa>​("​ X#x") \\ +''​%%M104 Set new X-pos              : &​V1<​xstopa>​("​ X#​x"​) ​%%'' ​\\ 
-M105 Set new Y-pos              : &​V2<​ystopa>​("​ Y#x") \\ +''​%%M105 Set new Y-pos              : &​V2<​ystopa>​("​ Y#​x"​) ​%%'' ​\\ 
-M106 Set new Z-pos              : &​V3<​zstopa>​("​ Z#x") ''​ \\+''​%%M106 Set new Z-pos              : &​V3<​zstopa>​("​ Z#​x"​) ​%%''​ \\
  
 After: \\ After: \\
-''​M104 Set new X-pos             : &​V1<​xstopa>​("​ X#​d0#​x"​) \\ +''​%%M104 Set new X-pos             : &​V1<​xstopa>​("​ X#​d0#​x"​) ​%%'' ​\\ 
-M105 Set new Y-pos             : &​V2<​ystopa>​("​ Y#​d0#​x"​) \\ +''​%%M105 Set new Y-pos             : &​V2<​ystopa>​("​ Y#​d0#​x"​) ​%%'' ​\\ 
-M106 Set new Z-pos             : &​V3<​zstopa>​("​ Z#​d0#​x"​) ''​ \\+''​%%M106 Set new Z-pos             : &​V3<​zstopa>​("​ Z#​d0#​x"​) ​%%''​ \\
  
 It could be that coordinate values are written out in several places in the post processor and then you will have to find these and enter the code #d0 there too. It could be that coordinate values are written out in several places in the post processor and then you will have to find these and enter the code #d0 there too.
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 Change the macros M6-M9 from looking like this: Change the macros M6-M9 from looking like this:
  
-''​M6 Clockwise arc < than 180° \\ +''​%%M6 Clockwise arc < than 180° %%'' ​\\ 
-: M108 M103 " G02" M104 M105 <​xcenti>"​ I#x" <​ycenti>​\ ​   " J#x" M101 M109''​+''​%%: M108 M103 " G02" M104 M105 <​xcenti>"​ I#x" <​ycenti>​\ ​   " J#x" M101 M109 %%''​
  
-''​M7 Clockwise arc > than 180°:​ M6''​ \\+''​%%M7 Clockwise arc > than 180°: M6%%''​ \\
  
-''​M8 C.Clockwise arc < than 180° \\ +''​%%M8 C.Clockwise arc < than 180° %%'' ​\\ 
-: M108 M103 " G03" M104 M105 <​xcenti>"​ I#x" <​ycenti>​\ ​   " J#x" M101 M109 ''​\\+''​%%: M108 M103 " G03" M104 M105 <​xcenti>"​ I#x" <​ycenti>​\ ​   " J#x" M101 M109 %%''​\\
  
-''​M9 C.Clockwise arc > than 180°: M8 ''​+''​%%M9 C.Clockwise arc > than 180°:​ M8 ​%%''​
  
 To look like this: To look like this:
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