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Migrate cura 15x profile to cura 2x

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Hi all, i try to configure cure also for my gmax clone, i have the profile (single and dual) for the 15x but i want to use the 2x .

There is a way to migrate the printer profile? or there is a tutorial to create a new one? i try to do it myself by looking both profile sintax and file, i also try to use a guide to make a dual profile for a prusa i3 (same design of mine) .... fail...


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Is there an ETA on the next release?? :)


We've been in "string freeze" for a little while now. That is the phase of development where all the strings in the application have been sent to a translation agency, so we cannot change or add strings (which means we cannot add or change features, etc). The last couple of blocking bugs are being fixed. That means we're close, very close to a 2.3 release. We can't say much more than that.

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