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Saving and loading scripts?

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The situation: I have an STL that I use as a heat tower. I have used the "Change at height" script to alter the nozzle temperature progressively throughout the print, and saved it both as GCODE and as a 3MF project file.

 

This script is persistent the next time I open Cura, when it is not necessarily appropriate, and I have to delete it manually for the next job.

 

If I then load the Heat Tower 3MF project file, Cura loads all the print parameters I had set for it, but doesn't load the temperature changing script. If I want to reenable that, I have to recreate it from scratch.

 

Is there any way I can save a script so that I don't have to rebuild it every time I want to use it? Or better yet, can I save a project file with the script intact so that it loads with the project?

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