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Wow. The simplest github project I've ever seen. Here is pretty much the whole plugin:


class BarbarianPlugin(Extension):   def __init__(self):       super().__init__()       self.addMenuItem(i18n_catalog.i18n("Convert to metric"), self.convertToMetric)   ##  Scales all selected objects by 25.4 (inch to mm)   def convertToMetric(self):       selected_nodes = Selection.getAllSelectedObjects()       for node in selected_nodes:           node.scale(Vector(25.4, 25.4, 25.4))


According to comments it works with Cura 15.X and 2.X!

And what cura folder does this go into?

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