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Posted · "Plugins" menu item missing from menu bar

"File|Edit|View|Settings|Extensions|Help", but no "Plugins"
I've downloaded installed the Settings Guide, and that shows up under Extensions properly.  But where is "Plugins"?
Cura 4.5.0 and OSX 10.15.4

cura.log
Embarrassed that I'm stuck on something so fundamental.

-Thanks

_TC

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Posted · "Plugins" menu item missing from menu bar

Hey there,

 

You can see which plugins are installed by clicking on "Marketplace" in the top right. Clicking the "Installed" tab in there will show you all your installed plugins. Some come pre-shipped with Cura, others can be downloaded from the Marketplace.

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To use the Settings Guide plugin you can do Extensions > Settings Guide  for a full list, or you can right click the a setting you want to find out more about in Custom mode, and select "Settings Guide" in the flyout menu.

 

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Hope this helps.

 

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Posted · "Plugins" menu item missing from menu bar

Yep, Embarrassed.  Thanks.  🙂

Works great.

-T

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