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Posted (edited) · How to interpret these messages?

It's quite clear 

 

You are about to save your project under the 3mf format .  Your current machine is an Ender-3 from Creality. His name is Creality Ender-3 V2 LQ. You have just one extruder ( it's normal for an Ender-3) and the nozzle currenlty used is a 0.4 mm and you are printing with a PLA filament.

 

The current profile is call Creality Ender-3 V2 LQ#2   and compare to the default settings saved in this profile you have 1 parameter which is different and this value will be save in your project (1 override).

 

The Intent configuration is set to to Default but this is normal because for Creality no Intent Profiles are defined this is only used by Ultimaker machines. 

 

You don't know what is an Intent Profile ?: As usual read the manuel first : https://support.ultimaker.com/hc/en-us/articles/360011838899

 

You want to know what parameter are different : In the parameter list find the parameter with the arrow which offer you to go back to the default profile settings :

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Or install the plugin Profil Analyser and use the fonction "View Active configuration"

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And have a look in the creality_base_extruder_0 user section the modified parameter

Edited by Cuq
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    Posted (edited) · How to interpret these messages?

    Thank you for taking the time to explain in detail. However I'm finding it hard going. It may be "quite clear" to you and other experienced users but not to me!

     

    For example, I cannot find any setting in any profile for any printer with that arrow symbol.

     

    And I don't understand why I should look in creality_base_extruder_0 user? Entering that (or part of it) in the 'Search settings' box gives no results.

     

    I tried to install the Profil Analyser but cannnot see anything with a name like that in Extensions?

     

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