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Inconsistent profile settings?

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In the sidebar, all of the profiles' Print Speeds and Infill Speeds say 70 mm/s, but those speeds show differently in the Preferences->Profiles screen of Cura; I'm worried there may be other settings like this which mismatch the actual Profile values. Has anyone seen this behavior before?

 

Screenshot is from 3.3.0, but the same thing happens in 3.3.1 as well.crua_settings.thumb.png.5487a569194ad6837cf64ef96c5cdde0.png

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@cjs howdy! I'm not sure how I achieved this. I haven't manually edited those values in the sidebar. It says 70 mm/s no matter what profile I select, even tho (presumably) they have different actual values than that. Any info or logs I can provide to help diagnose?

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