Trying to make a new test profile for the PVA material. Profile appears created and selected. When looking in the drop down, however, it is not there.
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rCTbacece158e7d: T6928: fixed material setting while importing profiles
rCTf5be64ea614a: T6928: fixed new profile creation
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- T2421: BUG: CuraLE 3.2.18 Changing parameters for extruder1 when modifying extruder2
T6396: Prevent default profiles from duplicated materials from being updated. Must use create profile from current/settings overrides.
T6: Set up git for diffusion
@victor_larchenko Thank you for the quick fix, we can now create a profile and export it.
When trying to import the profile, I noticed one issue I was hoping you can take care of. When importing a profile, it will associate that profile for whatever material you have selected, instead of the material it was generated from.
I tested on a TAZ 6 and a TAZ pro with these profiles:
Looking at the exported profiles, they call out what materials, printers, and quality settings they are derived from:
[metadata] setting_version = 4 material = PolyLite_PLA_(Polymaker)_lulzbot_quiver_evergreen_bagworm type = quality_changes quality_type = high speed [metadata] material = copperFill_(colorFabb)_lulzbot_taz6 quality_type = high speed setting_version = 4 type = quality_changes
Would it be possible when importing profiles to check for this data, and automatically assign the profile to the correct material and printer combination regardless of what is the active material?
Steps to Duplicate:
1.) Generate a profile from existing settings/overrides on Polylite PLA TAZ Pro
2.) Export profile
3.) Clear cache and reboot cura
4.) Activate ABS Chromastrand labs
5.) Import exported profile from step 2
Exported profile is now selectable from Chromastrand Labs ABS Material
Exported profile is not selectable from Polylite PLA
Imported profile is only selectable when Polylite PLA is the active material
Looks like its been figured out but just wanted to post here that I was able to replicate this bug on a Mini with an Aerostruder toolhead. So not sure if this was exclusive to dual extruders.