S3D-Jason wrote: ↑Mon Jan 30, 2023 9:56 am
Are you talking about profiles or processes? You should typically only need a single process in your workspace. You can then double-click on that process and select your printer settings from the "Select profile" drop down list.
All of the profile settings are already saved permanently in the S3D profile database, so you don't need to include a separate process for each one. For example, if you delete all of your processes and then add a single new process, you will see all of your profiles are still available in the "Select profile" drop down list.
Sorry, but I strongly have to disagree on this.
If I want (or need) to print multiple parts on the same printer but want to print each separately from the other, I will need a process for each printer.
Also, simply selecting a profile for a specific printer would mean I would need to create a profile for every printer and every material used on that printer.
It is much more convenient to have a list of processes, each setup for a particular printer and specific material and simply select the process to be used for a particular job.
If you have a reasonable number of printers (I use 12 printers and 8 different types), managed all those with just a single process would be unnecessarily time consuming.