loftonharris wrote:bapro: your suggestion is not useful. Yes, if we save a factory file for each print we can import it. Duh. That's what the feature is for.
But to create a document showing specific settings for a given print...that's useful for learning options for settings relative to printed output. I'm an old guy who likes to relate results to real data rather than keep futzing around with files whose names do not describe contents. I've spent alot of time trying to extract settings from a gcode file produced by S3D. The output format does not support this. Correct me if I'm wrong, please. It's easy to write a macro that extracts and formats information from a file, if the file can be opened using normal software. I've had some luck importing files into Cura and producing usable gcode files, and then producing settings, but that's a true PITA (and I'm not talking flatbread here).
Now, if you work for S3D, please go to your boss and admit you shut down a very reasonable request from people who have paid good money for S3D. If you don't work for S3D, then kindly step aside. You don't get it. User requirements are not intended to be the basis for counter-offensive actions by vendors.
I´m not working for S3D, just had an idea of how you could re-create your settings for a particular print in the easiest way.
If you rather like to have a doc. thats fine with me. I just tryed to help