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Posted · Specify auto0.g as the filename for gcode?

My printer looks for a file named auto0.g on the SD card to print.  Would it be possible to configure Cura to always use that filename, instead of what it does today?

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Posted · Specify auto0.g as the filename for gcode?

See http://github.com/ultimaker/cura/issues

I don't think this has a high chance of receiving developer attention though, since it is such a niche feature for your printer. You can already type the name in the lower right corner (above the size indication)

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Posted · Specify auto0.g as the filename for gcode?
1 hour ago, ahoeben said:

See http://github.com/ultimaker/cura/issues

I don't think this has a high chance of receiving developer attention though, since it is such a niche feature for your printer. You can already type the name in the lower right corner (above the size indication)

 

Can't change the extension, though.

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Posted · Specify auto0.g as the filename for gcode?
11 hours ago, ahoeben said:

niche feature for your printer

its the autostart in Marlin firmware, so basicly every printer that runs marlin firmware supports it, I would hardly call that niche, I use it on my Ultimaker all the time :) 

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