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Cura "basic" settings in the advanced mode

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Hi

OK.. this might be a simple question for Cura specialists but...

I'm wondering how would I be able to see how the Cura basic settings look as "advanced settings".

Lets say I'm in the medium quality mode and want those as my base to start experimenting with my own settings. When I then change to the advanced mode the print time and length of the material changes.. so looks like when changing to advanced settings the 3 basic settings are not kept as a base and these settings stay as whatever somebody left them last time. Is there a good list somewhere that would show me the 3 basic settings parameters translated to the advanced tables?

Thanks

JH

 

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