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Cura 441 doesn't save gcode to removable drive


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Posted · Cura 441 doesn't save gcode to removable drive

Hi,

Is it me?

Can't figure this out.

In previous versions of Cura I was able to hit the blue button and gcode was put on SD card. Right now I have to choose Save to File, change from 3MF to G-Code and hit Save.

Thanks

Rob

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    Posted · Cura 441 doesn't save gcode to removable drive
    2 minutes ago, IRobertI said:

    I see Slic3r running at the same time? Could it be hogging the card?

    No its just pinned to taskbar. Only Download Folder, Chrome and Cura are up. ( you can see they're underlined)

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    Posted · Cura 441 doesn't save gcode to removable drive

    I was going to reinstall Cura, but I started with loading the printer.

    I have 3 and they're similar enough to use same G-Code. 

    So in my config it is Custom Printer. I added printer with same settings as the original, same start and end codes, just different name. 

    Save to SD works now.

    Possible something got corrupted when I upgraded Cura.

    I deleted original printer from Preset Printers.

    Rob

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