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Cura 2.1.3 setting default object file folder

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Hi

Is there anyway to force Cura 2.1.3 to open object files in a specific folder? I can't find where to set it.

Also a small request. I have a number of removable drives. You select the drive you want to save to using the drop down which is fine. But you have nothing to show selected drive until you actually do a save. It would be helpful if current selected removable drive was shown somewhere .

Regards

Ian

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Hi

It remember file location all the time Cura is open. But it does not remember location on my PC when you first start Cura. It reverts to Users directory (C:\Users\Ian). Where is current location information stored?

Could it be because my object files are on a network drive?

bers

Cura 2.3 remembers folders now, so that should take care of your first issue.

I not sure if it does anything different for your send one.

 

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