No, not one file. That would be shadow administration, because we also need to keep the information separate per profile layer. There's a couple of ways you can get at this though.
- The "user" profile contains all of the changes that you've made but not stored in a profile. The "user changes" profile contains your custom profiles. Those two combined normally add up to all your changes. If you've made custom materials those will show up in the "materials" folder and if you've edited the machine settings those will show up in the "machine_changes" folder. This is Cura's main profile administration, which is, unfortunately, split up.
- Saving a project file puts all of the relevant profiles in one file. It's a zip file so you could open it up with 7-zip or something. However inside the archive they will be separated in the individual profile layers again.
- In the log file of Cura it lists the commands that were used to start the slice. This command contains all settings that were used, hundreds of settings. Keep in mind that it also keeps all of those settings again for every extruder, so some settings will be in there multiple times (if they are settable per extruder).
If you check the logs, a complete list of all settings as sent to the engine are printed there.
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