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How to transfer profiles from Cura 4.3 to 4.4?

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Posted · How to transfer profiles from Cura 4.3 to 4.4?

I installed Cura 4.4 (was using 4.3) and now it won't recognize my Prusa MK3S profiles that worked just fine with 4.3.  I recall the same thing happened when I upgrade to 4.3 and I had to re-build my profiles from scratch.  I have no intention of doing that again for 4.4.   I would appreciate your help in moving my profiles to 4.4?  Thanks a lot. Here's the error I get when I start Cura 4.4:

 

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Posted · How to transfer profiles from Cura 4.3 to 4.4?
On 2/23/2020 at 7:28 AM, mdaneman said:

I installed Cura 4.4 (was using 4.3) and now it won't recognize my Prusa MK3S profiles that worked just fine with 4.3.  I recall the same thing happened when I upgrade to 4.3 and I had to re-build my profiles from scratch.  I have no intention of doing that again for 4.4.   I would appreciate your help in moving my profiles to 4.4?  Thanks a lot. Here's the error I get when I start Cura 4.4:

 

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There's a section on the GitHub wiki about this here. On application start, Cura will create a folder for the version being used if it doesn't exist already. You can backup, wipe, or restore configurations by altering the files in this directory. When the configuration error message you posted appears, Cura will also automatically zip the existing configuration folder so that it gets preserved.

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