Have you looked at the end of the gcode generated by Cura 2.x?
While it may not be really easy to recover the settings used in the model, most of them are enumerated there:
;End of Gcode;SETTING_1 [general]\nversion = 1\nname = Current settings\nweight = 0\n\n[setti;SETTING_1 ngs]\nlayer_height = 0.2\nspeed_topbottom = 45\nmaterial_print_temper;SETTING_1 ature = 215\nretraction_min_travel = 0.5\nspeed_wall_x = 60\nskirt_ga;SETTING_1 p = 0\nraft_surface_line_width = 0.4\ninfill_before_walls = False\nin;SETTING_1 fill_sparse_density = 15\nmaterial_bed_temperature = 55\nspeed_wall =;SETTING_1 45\ntop_bottom_thickness = 0.8\nsupport_enable = False\nraft_airgap ;SETTING_1 = 0.25\nsupport_angle = 50\nspeed_infill = 80\nretraction_speed = 40\;SETTING_1 nskirt_line_count = 1\nraft_surface_thickness = 0.27\nwall_thickness ;SETTING_1 = 0.8\nadhesion_type = raft\nlayer_0_z_overlap = 0\nretraction_amount;SETTING_1 = 4.5\nspeed_layer_0 = 45\nsupport_type = buildplate\n\n
Not sure if this is used anywhere or why the linefeeds are not activated
Hi Chris and welcome to the forum.
This is a very useful idea indeed and I'd like to use/have it too.
I suggest you post the feature request here as it is more likely the devs will see it:
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