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How to copy Machine and Profile settings from Cura 2.5 to Cura 2.6?

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Posted · How to copy Machine and Profile settings from Cura 2.5 to Cura 2.6?

Running on Mac. Have both /Applications/Cura250 and Applications/Cura262 installed.

How do I copy my settings from 2.5 to 2.6?

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Posted · How to copy Machine and Profile settings from Cura 2.5 to Cura 2.6?

Normally Cura wil overwrite your current Cura files and wil keep your settings, profiles and printers. If you want to keep the 2 versions, you can copy the files in Programs > Cura > Contests > Resources > resources > map of the files you want to copy...

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Posted · How to copy Machine and Profile settings from Cura 2.5 to Cura 2.6?

Launch Cura 2.6 and go to Help -> Show Configuration folder. Now close Cura.

These are the configuration files for Cura 2.6. They are in a folder named 2.6. On OSX, the configuration files for Cura 2.5 are one folder up (not in a folder named 2.5). You can copy files from that parent folder into the folder named 2.6, and Cura should update them as needed the next time it is started.

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