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Or you could use the plugin that we use ourselves for debugging the settings. It might have a bit too much features for some of you. You can find it on https://github.com/sedwards2009/cura-god-mode-plugin

 

As for listing all settings; It's already over 500 settings. A fair number of those settings are settable per extruder, so i don't see how it's possible to have them and readable and fit on 2 a4 sheets.

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Please do keep working on the html concept. Even if we could just get a comma delimited text dump, I took a Java 101 class at the local college, maybe we could figure out how to pretty it up later. If you ever need someone who learned to program Alice, I am your man! LOL! Thanks for doing this.

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On ‎6‎/‎7‎/‎2018 at 10:43 AM, nallath said:

As for listing all settings; It's already over 500 settings. A fair number of those settings are settable per extruder, so i don't see how it's possible to have them and readable and fit on 2 a4 sheets.

I think it's not really necessary to have all 500+ settings on one or two A4 pages. For most users, the settings accessible on the user interface are probably sufficient as a printable list. Or the plug-in lets the user decide what to print on paper or not.

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