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Reset materials and print profiles in Cura 2.7

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How to reset the print profiles / material profiles.

By deleting the Cura folder in ~\Appdata and reinstalling Cura, I do not get the profiles back I used to have in older Cura versions. The Ultimaker PLA filaments came with 3 profiles: fine, normal and draft, I now only see fine. What happened with the rest?

P.S.: I know that the material/print profile section in not performing up to par, but I just can't understand where all the default print profiles have gone to. I ran into a lot of problems when creating non-Ultimaker filament materials in Cura. E.g. the print profiles for custom materials are not "adhering" to the custom material you created. I already reported this.

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Switch the core or material of the second extruder. You probably have not-pva & bb-04 nozzle selected there.

Actually I had, but removing it, assigning an other core and material and switching back did the trick! Like I said, not performing up to par. But this fixes my problem, thank you for your help.

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