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Cura updates delete custom profiles

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Hi, I've searched for this on the forums but didn't see an answer. For what seems likes over 6 months whenever I update Cura it seems to remove all my custom profiles expect 1 profile that I deleted ages ago that keep re-appearing. Any ideas? Or is deleting custom profiles normal? Thanks.

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The update didn't change my settings. I wonder if it is OS specific. I'm running W10 on a lenovo thinkpad.

 

I also allowed it to uninstall the previous version.

 

My extensions are also still present, though I have no idea if they work (I've never actually used them :| )

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I allowed uninstallation as well. I went in more detail in the other thread....

 

On 2/9/2018 at 8:38 AM, AbeFM said:

When installing 3.2, I got an error about the config file, and CURA wouldn't run until I let it wipe out configurations. Is there an easy way to get all that back?

 

I did find a saved project file from fairly recently, and that brought in many settings (filaments definitions and all) but that seems tied to the machine.

 

Kinda a vague question, but any help would be appreciated - importing the few good settings from 3.1 would be awesome.  Thanks!

 

As a note, you might try loading an old project to get a possible snapshot of your settings at the time.

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