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How to update properly (on Mac) with custom Printer

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Hello,

I finnaly tried to update CURA 2.3 to 2.3.1 yesterday. I export my material profiles before (to be sure to not loose them), then I updated the CURA app on my Mac.

After launching the new Cura, my Printer disapear ! All my material was still here, but not my printer ?

Hopefully I used Timemachine and I was able to restora the previous version of Cura including my printer profile, but I curious to know the best practice to update Cura without erasing all the settings we twicked with love and patience :-)

Thanks

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