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Cura 2.4.0 don't save matterial settings and tweak

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Good morning! I'm just started using Cura 2.4.0 (before we used Cura 15.02.1), and there are some problems, which i can't solve. 1. When i create new material, it's works only for one using. If i close cura or change model, i must create my material again. 2. The same trouble with tweaks: i must create it all times for new model and printer. So, it's really uncomfortable, and takes time. In Cura 15.02.1 it's works perfect. Can you help us, please? May be there are some settings to save it?

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Hi Sima,

and welcome to the forums!

This sounds like either a temporary problem or a bug. Take a look at this guide and reset your Cura settings:

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20499-reset-cura-2-1

If it happens again, look inside the "cura.log" file for any hints as to why this happens.

 

I may be able to give some insight here. Many of us are using a work-around where we manually remove the True line generated by Cura in the material file.

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