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In Cura, I can edit my .ini profile settings as needed, for example, when I change filament or models. It's annoying to have to edit the profile on another computer and update it on my Pi just to change the infill, etc. I've searched http://plugins.octoprint.org/ and can't find any plugins that do this.

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  • $\begingroup$ I noticed that your question has not had much activity lately, are you still looking for an answer to this question? How might we be able to close some gaps? $\endgroup$ – tbm0115 Jul 3 '16 at 20:24
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As far as I know, this is currently not possible.

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There is an import function. https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Plugin:-Cura

Btw. now in Cura 2.1 you'll also need to reimport your .ini.

Regards :)

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You can manually edit the .profile by using an SSH terminal program (e.g putty) to log into your Pi

Then cd ./octoprint/slicingProfiles

ls to see folders (on mine I see cura) cd cura ls to see profile files e.g fred.profile sudo nano fred.profile

move down to where you can see the slicing parameters and edit away

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  • $\begingroup$ This doesn't answer the question, which asks for a way to edit the profiles within octoprint. Editing them through SSH (from another computer) is exactly what the question seeks to avoid. $\endgroup$ – Tom van der Zanden Jul 30 '16 at 7:15
  • $\begingroup$ IDK, this seems like a pretty decent answer given you most likely access octoprint from a browser on another computer, so to putty in, is only another window, no editing of files and then having to FTP them over. Just edit in place. $\endgroup$ – Mark Carpenter Jr Feb 1 '19 at 16:32

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