Dssguy1 wrote:Maybe I'm a fuddy duddy but I just save the .gcode file to the hard drive in a nice organized folder structure and then copy the related x3g file to the SD card outside S3d.
No issues ejecting after the copy and the gcode/x3g creation process is a hell of a lot faster than trying to do it on the SD card.
That's what I was doing until recently (saving to HD then using Windows Explorer to move the file and eject the media). However it is so much easier saving the file to the SD card.
There would be nothing stopping you continuing to use your fuddy-duddy technique - this enhancement request is not a request to force a change on your methodology!
Posting as a private individual - 3D printing is a hobby activity.
Creality CR-10S owner.