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Posted · Looking for Dual Temperature commands

Cura 4.2 seems to be able to slice prints easier and better than the Lulzbot edition for my Taz6.  

Over the last 3 days I have learned a bunch about G_Codes and how to manipulate them to do what I want.  Even fixed a bug with the nozzle wipe so it is more centered.  

What I am hung up on is pulling the temperature for my second nozzle into the G_code.  I can get Nozzle 1 in just fine thanks to the help of http://files.fieldofview.com/cura/Replacement_Patterns.html

 

The command provided by Lulzbot is "{material_print_temperature_layer_0_1}".  The _1 at the end prevents Cura from populating it with the temperature.  How do I tell the G_code I want the temperature from nozzle 1 or nozzle 2?

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