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Cura modification help

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Hello I was just wondering if anyone could help me. Its with Cura. I'm just wondering how I would change the program to boot with a Z axis scale of 1.0253 as I keep forgetting to change it to this and its messing up my prints :( (this is just easier than trying to re-calibrate my printer to make it right that way as it is printing perfectly). I know this would mean me changing the software files but I'm happy to do that. I've tried looking for the files to change this myself but am unable to find the files. Any help that would mean me not having to re-calibrate would be great. Thanks :)

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