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   * 2D Cutting is used on plasma/gas machines which lack a configurable z-axis. This option is turned OFF by default.   * 2D Cutting is used on plasma/gas machines which lack a configurable z-axis. This option is turned OFF by default.
   * Step-jog count specifies whether the user wants the machine to monitor the inputs sent to it as it is already moving or not. If selected, the machine will count however many signals are sent to it even if it is moving already, if not selected then the machine will ignore other signals until it has completed its initial movement. ​   * Step-jog count specifies whether the user wants the machine to monitor the inputs sent to it as it is already moving or not. If selected, the machine will count however many signals are sent to it even if it is moving already, if not selected then the machine will ignore other signals until it has completed its initial movement. ​
-  * Sync G0 & (G1, G2, G3) Overspeed allows the user to sync the rapid and cutting speeds, allowing the user to use one set of buttons (shown in the screenshot below) to change them at the same time.+  ​* **Sync G0 & (G1, G2, G3) Overspeed** allows the user to sync the rapid and cutting speeds, allowing the user to use one set of buttons (shown in the screenshot below) to change them at the same time. If the check mark in the Motion configuration dialog is set to **ON**, then upon pressing the Overspeed buttons on the main screen, both G1/G2/G3 AND the G0 Overspeed will be changed (speeds will be synced). If the check mark is set to **OFF**, only the G1/G2/G3 speeds will be changed upon pressing the main screen buttons, and controlling the G0 overspeed ​ will be possible through the Motion dialog (see the //Jog, G0 and G1, G2, G3 Overspeeds//​ line below).
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   * Creep Speed specifies the speed of the machine after it begins to cut into the working material. It is advisable to set it to be lower than the actual working speed for a small portion of time at the start of the cut. This time is specified in seconds.   * Creep Speed specifies the speed of the machine after it begins to cut into the working material. It is advisable to set it to be lower than the actual working speed for a small portion of time at the start of the cut. This time is specified in seconds.
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 Consult the QuickStart [[quickstart:​mycnc-quick-start:​start-stop-setup|Start/​Stop Setup]] for a full overview of the available features. Consult the QuickStart [[quickstart:​mycnc-quick-start:​start-stop-setup|Start/​Stop Setup]] for a full overview of the available features.
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 +NOTE: Some plasma features (such as the tie toolpath to position button) require to have axes selected in the ''​Toolpath Position checking''​ field. Without the check marks for the axes that you would like the machine to check for, no action will be performed (on plasma machine, X and Y axes are recommended to be selected). ​
  
 ===Shape Library Settings=== ===Shape Library Settings===
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