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Bug or feature or controllable?

Is there a reason why the filename is no longer automatically populated when saving 3mf or gcode files?,  I'm using Ubuntu LTS 20.04.04, and the AppImage.


Initial tests on a simple model with text applied to the print surface side are encouraging - significantly improving the appearance with rounded corners, not square and the centre of an O is now filled, instead of being empty.


As a professional 3D printer, printing specific parts with custom settings, changing the sequence of wall order from inside out to outside in is a bit irritating as I can control clearances, and always have done, by shrinking parts or increasing hole sizes  - but I use OpenSCAD so this is a one line change before regenerating an STL file.


Is there a way of changing this by editing the Cura settings files - [ this is something I don't generally get into].

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    Same for me: Save to Disk does not fill in the file name automatically, however, I can see the right file name  on Cura's screen.
    See the attached screenshot with the right file name and the screenshot of the file saving window with empty file name.


    When I click on "Save to Disk" a small message appears (see the third screenshot): "Portal Save to Disk is ready".


    I checked the preferences but I could not find any settings for this.

    Ubuntu 5.13.0-48-generic #54~20.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu Jun 2 23:37:17 UTC 2022 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux



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