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Switch from quick to full should update settings

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I would like Cura to update the expert settings (or at least ask me if I want to do that) whenever I make the switch from quick to full.

I realise its hard to do in the other direction, given that you can customise so much, but thats not really needed.

At least give us n00bs a bit of a headstart by reflecting the generic profiles in the advanced settings. :)

I have no idea what I can modify quality wise and would love to tinker beyond the "fast", "normal" and "high quality" settings without having to figure them out from the ground up.


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Thanks for the tip, I'll be sure to try that!

If the quick print will go, I hope there will be some included presets that can quickly be loaded and do something similar.

As a newbie with no previous 3d printing experience I have to say that I am struggling with all of the configuration options. Even after more than a week of pretty much continuous printing.

Some handholding for people like me might be "handy" :)


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