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Multiple files in panes - Feature request

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Dear Ultimaker community.

 

I can't find this anywhere, therefore i'm asking this, and if this is not the right place, i'm sorry and please point me in the right direction.

 

Firstly i know there are stl viewers but i don't want more software.

 

When working with stl files and looking at them at figuring things out like print time and estimated filement usement and others i open alot of files and look at them and close them again for later use.
But everytime i open a file by double clikcing it in windows 10 then Cura loads all the program files once more and then show the file.

What could be awesome and what my request is, is that is it possible to have panes like adobe acrobat or google chrome so the whole program does not close when exiting a single file...???

 

Thank you for your time and otherwise great free software - THANK YOU.

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