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Posted · findInstanceContainers(type="quality_changes")

Hello,

 

I have an problem to manage / link Quality Changes containers in one of my new Plug-in.   I don't have any problem to get the Quality changes containers associated with a machine by using the findInstanceContainers function. But I get at least two containers for each profil : one for the Extruder ( if it's a single extruder machine ) and one for the global stack.  But I don't know how is made the link between this two containers and how we can detect if it's an extruder container or a global one.   The only possibility is to analyse the Id. But this doesn't look a very clean solution to me.

Do you know if there are any other function / method / key to anlyse the "type" of containers and the link between these files ?

 

Thanks in advance

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    Posted · findInstanceContainers(type="quality_changes")

    If it's an extruder one it has the "position" metadata.

    This is also what Cura uses internally (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/blob/69dc54b76334dfe2d08c8f68bcc321a46a3e8800/cura/Settings/CuraContainerRegistry.py#L734-L753) to check if a profile is a global one or an extruder profile
     

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    Posted · findInstanceContainers(type="quality_changes")

    Ok so using  getName() to validate if it's the same  "Profile" and getMetaDataEntry("position") is not None  to analyse if it's an "extruders" or "global"  container ?

     

     

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