M0/M1 in subroutine?

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06 Jun 2022 17:13 #244682 by spumco
M0/M1 in subroutine? was created by spumco
I'm about to start testing my M6 remap for an ATC and I'd like a bit more control while running through the sequence.  Single-block doesn't work for non-motion g-code lines.

Do M0 or M1 program stops work normally when inside a subroutine?

If not, is there an easy way to force a stop which requires a user input to proceed? 

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06 Jun 2022 20:49 #244689 by Todd Zuercher
Replied by Todd Zuercher on topic M0/M1 in subroutine?
As far as I know they behave normally in a sub. But I can't say as I've used them that way.. (It shouldn't take much to test.)
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06 Jun 2022 21:13 #244691 by spumco
Replied by spumco on topic M0/M1 in subroutine?
Thanks much - just wanted to confirm that they were known to not work properly.

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