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Great idea, thanks.

We added it to the list and we will look into it.

What type of files would you like to add?

.stl

.ini

.gcode

anything else?

And how would you like to have them shown?

Just a download-link or some kind of visual representation?

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If you could integrate a mini-viewer of STLs right here on the forum (steal the code from Youmagine) that would be pretty sweet.

As for ini/gcode, maybe it would be cool if the forum could rip the print parameters out and present them in an easily readable table? That would make it easy for people to post their print settings, just upload the file and the forum presents it in a standard way across the site. This could be used in the print upload section as well so that people wouldn't have to fill it in manually.

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As for ini/gcode, maybe it would be cool if the forum could rip the print parameters out and present them in an easily readable table? That would make it easy for people to post their print settings, just upload the file and the forum presents it in a standard way across the site. This could be used in the print upload section as well so that people wouldn't have to fill it in manually.

 

You mean like i suggested here https://ultimaker.com/en/community/view/12740-cura-settings-post-insert :p

but you explain it better.

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