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Feature/Plug-in request: coordinates readout for User specified Z seam

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As someone who absolutely loves user specified Z seam alighment feature in Cura 3, it is a pain to count grid lines manually to figure out the exact coordinates of where I'd want each model's seam to be. 

 

It would be a huge time saver if Cura has the ability to click anywhere on bed platform and display coordinates for faster manual input, or even change the Z seam X/Y input fields (both global and per model settings) to a clickable button for user to click anywhere on the print area. 

 

Would prefer to have this feature be independent from Cura itself as I use Lulzbot's edition and it take some time for that version to catch up, I lack the know-how to create such a plug-in but would really appreciate it if anyone is willing to tackle this feature.

 

Thanks!

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