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Cura 2 {substitution_tokens}?

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In Cura 15 one could add substitutions in the start and end GCode, e.g.:

 

M140 S{print_bed_temperature}  ;start heating bedM104 S{print_temperature} ;start heating extruderG1 Z+10 F{travel_speed} ;move Z up

 

This doesn't work, or has changed, in Cura 2. Clues? Thanks.

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Specifically, {print_bed_temperature} has become {material_bed_temperature}, {print_temperature} has become {material_print_temperature} and {travel_speed} has become {speed_travel}. The reasoning for the new names is that they all start with the category.

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