airscapes
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duplicate a set of process that are grouped

Still using 4.01 so this may not be possible...
Have a 2 process job, bottom 2mm is standard and rest is vase mode. Can't do a single process as the bottom has a hole in the center and a single vase with 6 bottoms will bridge over the center hole. My issue is I want to lay out 6 parts to print them sequentially but can not figure a way to duplicate both processes at the same time.. adding one just copies that second of the pair. Yes I can manually alter each process and group each pair but that is more painful than printing the part one at a time
I think I am out of luck but maybe someone has found a work around ?
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airscapes
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Re: duplicate a set of process that are grouped

Hate when I answer my own posts.. but I'll be..
If you select all the processes and hit control-C and the control-V it freaking does a copy and paste! No right click menu but the key board short cuts work.. no if it will actually work life will be good!
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Re: duplicate a set of process that are grouped

That's too obvious!!

I did have a look....but got bored too quickly, and gave up!
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airscapes
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Re: duplicate a set of process that are grouped

airscapes wrote: Sat Feb 12, 2022 7:08 pm Hate when I answer my own posts.. but I'll be..
If you select all the processes and hit control-C and the control-V it freaking does a copy and paste! No right click menu but the key board short cuts work.. no if it will actually work life will be good!
And yep, it worked..

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