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Posted · Start and End G-Code entries keep coming up

Hi, I've switched to 4.7. I prefer printer settings are managed by OctoPrint, not Cura so all my printer prep related gcodes are in octoprint.

 

I recently upgraded to 4.7.1 and noticing everytime I change a printing parameter, Start and End G-Code entries in Machine Settings dialog box show up event though I've deleted them. Thinking this is a bug, unless I'm missing something. Is there a master file where I can delete these default strings so they don't show up again?

 

Thanks...

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    Posted · Start and End G-Code entries keep coming up
    14 hours ago, koksala said:

    Start and End G-Code entries in Machine Settings dialog box show up event though I've deleted them

     

    I'm only guessing, but perhaps the default script is used because the customizable part is empty?

    What happens if you put a single comment line in there instead of an empty script? Does it make a difference?

     

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    Posted (edited) · Start and End G-Code entries keep coming up

    I should better describe the problem;

    I've deleted Start and End G-code scripts below, multiple times actually...

    However, everytime I run Cura, these codes appear again. If I forgot to delete them before I generate the Gcode, they are incorporated to the compiled file.

     

    So, question is why they keep appearing, and is there a way I can fix it...

     

    Thanks...

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    Edited by koksala
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    Posted · Start and End G-Code entries keep coming up
    On 12/24/2020 at 3:29 AM, tinkergnome said:

     

    I'm only guessing, but perhaps the default script is used because the customizable part is empty?

    What happens if you put a single comment line in there instead of an empty script? Does it make a difference?

     

    Yesss, that solved it... Much appreciated... I just left a single comment line on Start/End; only those showed up next time I run Cura...

     

    Much appreciated tinkergnome...

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