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Cura 3.6 doesn't import my printer settings or profiles.

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I have the same problem with Cura 3.6 as I did with 3.5.0 and 3.5.1. It doesn't import any settings or profiles from Cura 3.4.1

 

I have posted on here (three times now) for the previous version, but no one seemed interested in solving my problem. Every person that has shown some interest, just asks for my log file and then never responds again ever...  So here is the log file, again.

 

 

cura.log

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9 hours ago, nallath said:

Normally it should do this automatically from one version to another. For some reason, this didn't happen on your system. You could try deleting the 3.6 folder and see if re-triggering it works.

 

I did what you asked. It didn't work.

 

I would have been surprised if it did work this time, as I was asked to do the same for version 3.5.0 and 3.5.1.

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On 12/4/2018 at 12:35 AM, nallath said:

Well, i've tried it on Fedora, where it does work.

Could you try if putting the files from the attached zip in the config folder works?

3.6_fixed.zip

Sorry for the Delay. With Christmas coming up, I have been busy.

 

I loaded the config folder up, and it looks good so far. I look forward to checking out the improvements since 3.4.1.  Thank you.

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