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problems with loading of the profile after installing of cura 2.4.0 beta

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Hi,

I wanted to try the cura 2.4.0 beta version, after I installed the version I realized that some of the values in the custom profile are not changeable anymore or they have the value NNA..... something. So I decided to go back to 2.3.1 and now i can't change the profile at all anymore. A new installation of cura could't slove the problem. In the moment I let the cura program run on a second PC and there the 2.3.1 works correctly again. What registry entries, files and folders I have to delete that I can install the 2.3.1 Version on my PC, like the programm was never installed on that maschine.

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Thanks alot for your help in advance.

best regards

Ultimak3r

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