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Hello

 

I would like to know if there is a way to clear the print job history.

More specific one or more jobs or clear the the whole list altogether.

The reason for this is I printed a part a few times with different settings and 

i would like to remove the ones that are not correct. This so that one of my

colleagues can not accidentally reprint the wrong one.

 

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The recent history can currently only be deleted by means of "nuking it" (aka; Doing the reset that Nicolinux describes).

 

In the 5.1 release, it's possible to delete specific jobs from the recent history, but this requires the machine to be in dev mode and some manual bash magic. This is not for the faint of heart and definitely not recommended. 

Also note that the list always keeps the last 10 jobs, regardless if they were duplicates or re-prints. So if you print the same job 10x, that's all there will be in the recent history. 

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