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How to copy custom profile


HenryDara

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Posted · How to copy custom profile

Cura always copies profiles for me when I dont want it to (adds a #X to the profile name), but when I want to copy a printer profile there seems to be no way, but yet I know there must be because they magically appear in machine list because of something I did to cause the duplication to happen. Whew!! what a mouthful.

 

If only I could find out how I am doing it when I dont want to, maybe I can then figure out how to make it happen when I do.

 

Seems this would be a standard native function one would find in the "printer profiles" dialog box, but not as far as I can find.

 

Anyone who can let me know their trick, I would sure appreciate it.

 

Thanks...HD

 

 

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