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Cura 15.01 plugin and save as on sd

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After selecting plugin, this plugin can not be removed at Cura 15.01

Only a reset worked.

Save as toolpath is not directly sd card,but last opened folder

Both quite irritating issues.

For me it would be nice if I could export the gcode to stl from cura. Then I can change the support in sketchup f.e. and then reload it.


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Do you see the X button on the top right corner of the plugin? If not then you need to stretch the size of the panel a bit.

So you have your sd card connected but it doesn't show you the save to sd card icon? Go in File->Preferences and make sure the Auto detect sd card is checked.

The sd card icon is there but nothing happen when you click on it? Go in File->Preferences remove the "base folder to replicate on sd card"


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Indeed stretching the panel helped, and I changed the directory in the preferences, thanks.

About the sd card, in the UM the control panel used to show the last added file first, now I have to find it somewhere down, but not the last. Anyone knows how to change this?



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