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Post-processing plugin settings highly persistant.

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I was printing some leveling knobs and noticed, a few hours in, the nozzle temp was wildly off.

 

I deduced the problem was the post-processing settings I'd input for the previous job, a temp tower, were still active. To confirm, I selected New Project, checked the post-processing settings, and they were still there. I had to manually delete each line from the script to remove it. This was not expected behaviour.

 

There either needs to be less persistent PP scripts or more dialog warnings that they are either active or about to be erased.

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32 minutes ago, ahoeben said:

I think having a way to quickly clear all scripts (and save/restore them) would be very nice.

 

It just should be more easily accessible than resetting whole profiles. Something like a right-click on that icon giving an option "clear postproc scripts" would be nice.

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