When i hit cancel on a print, it takes a long (random amount of) time to cancel.
This is really hard to work when calibration and failed first layers. There are situations where the nozzle is too close(my fault setting z-offset in gcode) and it has ripped through my bed an i can't stop it in time to prevent damage.
I've looked in various places and i see that there are a few explanations. For example, the buffer for octopi needs to run out.
There is also a suggestion to install the 'emergency stop' plugin. I've tried this but it seems overkill and it requires a restart of the entire system to get things up and running again.
Are there any other solutions that i can try so that when i hit cancel, it is more snappy to stop?
Also, could cancel return home rather than freezing still and causing a giant clogged blob in my extruder?