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Feature Request: A Tool to identify the model on the bed

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Could you consider adding a feature so that you can identify the file name of the model on the bed?

Perhaps when you hover the mouse over? Or click on it?

I have been printing some models made up of many similar parts.. And lost track of which ones I have just loaded/printed

It would be nice to know the name of one which is currently on the bed... Instead I have to look at the finished print and then load each piece to compare it to work out which piece it was... And this is quite difficult when the parts are similar.

Its not a major thing, but would be a nice feature I think.

Jon

 

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