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Bug in the generic materials files

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I work on Cura 3.4 windows7 with an Anet A8 printer (1.75mm platic materials)

 

If I duplicate one of the generic materials (ABS as example on the picture below) there is a configuration error happening !

 

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Do'nt click on the Reset Button or you'll loose all your settings !

 

This error involves the cartesio as you can see .

You can avoid this type of error by 2 ways

1) Remove the cartesio definition file in the definition folder of the cura ressources folder

2) Modify the generic material file, removing inside all the lines between the <machine> and </machine> tag

 

I think there is a conflict between the definition files and the generic material files

 

Edited by JCD
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