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How to import settings into Cura 14.09

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Ok, I kind of sorted it out. I saw that new 14.09 folder. However I had some troubles getting the settings for two machines. machines.ini contains only one machine. I had to copy the preference.ini file from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura_14.07\Cura" to this new folder in order to get it work properly. It's somewhat strange.

 

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Oh, yes, sorry, due to problems with some installations, I moved the preferences files to:

C:\Users\[username]\.cura\14.09

Instead of the older:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura_14.07

 

Is there any way to I change that path back? I have several CURA folders for my different machines and versions, this behavior ruins a lot of nice things I use to be able to do. Is that path setting in one of the .py files so I can just edit it back, or is in inside the complied exe?

 

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Is there any way to I change that path back? I have several CURA folders for my different machines and versions, this behavior ruins a lot of nice things I use to be able to do. Is that path setting in one of the .py files so I can just edit it back, or is in inside the complied exe?

 

It's in util/profile.py (something with defaultProfilePath or something like that)

 

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