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You can remove all machines that you don't need from the resources file. Depending on your operating system this might be something that's easy or quite hard.

You need to remove *.def.json files. Take care to never ever delete the fdmprinter.def.json.

If you have a UM3, you need to keep the fdmprinter.def.json, ultimaker.def.json & ultimaker3.def.json

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You can remove all machines that you don't need from the resources file. Depending on your operating system this might be something that's easy or quite hard.

You need to remove *.def.json files. Take care to never ever delete the fdmprinter.def.json.

If you have a UM3, you need to keep the fdmprinter.def.json, ultimaker.def.json & ultimaker3.def.json

Thanks nallath, will give it a try

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