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Hum? Sorry I don't understand^^ Do you mean they should edit Cura themself? Not everybody knows how to write programs and not everyone knows python... I think it could be useful when it comes to changes of higher complexity


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1) copy the .py-file into your plugins folder (C:Program FilesCura_15.02.1plugins)

2) start Cura

3) select the plugin in the plugin-tab (doubleclick)

4) load ANY .stl-file (this is necessary to execute the plugin-code)

5) restart Cura


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