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Cura 2.3.1 Load profile from gcode and load gcode to see paths

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Hi,

I use ultimaker 2+ and cura 15 for almost 1 year, and everything worked very well. I downloaded Cura 2.1.3. and found one big problem for me i can't load GCODE file into Cura. I did some search and found that Cura 2 have plugins for reading GCODE but i dont know how to start that plugins or how i can use them.

Is there some post on forum that can help me or some tutorial that can help me? I try to search forum but i did not find anything with this topic for Cura 2.3.1.

I can go back to Cura 15 but Cura 2 give me better control on printing speeds. I have in my lab 4 Ultimaker 2+ with more then 1000h working time each, to this day i did not have any problem with software or printer hardware.  

Thank you in advance for your help.

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