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I can not see where you can save your programm setting.

The machine setting can be save as profile, that is easy.

but if you have a builtup of several STL files on your table, all lined out that there is maximum parts and still good space, then i can't save that.

is this not something that more people would need, or have i overlooked something?

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2.4 will be able to do this. We've merged that feature into master today.

3MF model saving does the following;

1. Save all objects on your build plate, including grouping

2. Save all per object settings attached to objects on your build plate (including extruder assignment)

3mf workspace saving does;

1. Everything that 3mf model saving does

2. Save the active machine, profiles, materials, etc

3. Save visibility & collapsed state of settings

It can even save custom machines, so that it can be loaded into a Cura version that doesn't even have that machine definition (which makes it a whole lot easier to share them!)

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