crossposting from duet3d forum https://forum.duet3d.com/post/144263
Anyone have seen a G-Code viewer that shows easily line direction?
I don't see in a way most of them do when you go line by line and you see how line will be drawn, I mean when you are looking at the whole bunch of them to easily see direction? E.g. start of the line is blue, end of the line is red and line change color from blue to red, so if you have a ton of short moves it will be "purple" but if you have for e.g. side of a cube, if the whole cube was printed CW you can see one edge red and other edge blue but if for e.g. half of the cube was printed CW and then slicer switched to CCW you see half of the cube have red edge and other half blue edge (and vice versa).
Anyone seen previewer that can give this type of info?
I'm debugging some Ender5 issues that I had on other printers too (not all).
I think the "shift" I see is when slicer change direction but I'm not 100% sure, it should be easy to test with such g-code preview