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Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button

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Posted (edited) · Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button

I imagine this shouldn't take much time to implement - just a simple loop.

It would be really helpful if there was a button that would 'collapse all' of the settings groups (Quality, Shell, Infil {...}).

That would make it really easy to 'collapse all' then work down all the settings one group at a time double checking everything, without having to either open/close every group every time or leaving them all open for a massively long list to scroll every time.

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Posted · Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button

Yes that would be great! With a Keyboard shortcut!!! 

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Posted (edited) · Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button

Plus one for this. 

I tried to implement this.

 

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But could not get the "angle" mark work properly... Cura didn't tracking the expansion state, but just tracking the "click".. See that "Quality" and "Material" collapsed, but the "arrow" is still downwards.

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Edited by alexjx

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Posted · Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button

Please post feature requests also to Github.

It is not guaranteed that feature requests will be noticed here.

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Posted · Feature Request - Settings panel, Collapse All button
15 minutes ago, Smithy said:

Please post feature requests also to Github.

It is not guaranteed that feature requests will be noticed here.

 

Thanks for the nudge.  Request has been lodged.

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/6631

 

@alexjx @Maikoel If you get a second to check out the github request and up-vote it that would be terrific.

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