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EdX
 edx
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Hello, i was wondering if there was an updated list of the output filename format placeholders for prusa slicer? For exemple the estimated printing time.

Also would it be possible to move this option out of print settings, it's more a general preference?

Posted : 22/05/2019 12:46 am
EdX
 edx
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Well i answered my question, probably did a typo the first time i tried it... For the others wondering it's {print_time} easy peasy

Posted : 22/05/2019 1:21 am
emmanuel.c5
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Hello,

I will be good to have a list of all variables available for the file name on prusa slicer. I don't retrieve anywhere this information.

 

Posted : 09/09/2019 1:47 pm
BillCampbell
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There is this, but it needs an update.

https://github.com/prusa3d/PrusaSlicer/wiki/Slic3r-placeholders-(a-copy-of-the-mauk.cc-page)

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Posted : 11/09/2019 6:30 am
Tim
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Hover over any variable in P.Slicer and it shows the placeholder name.

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Posted : 11/09/2019 9:38 am
bobstro
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Posted by: EdX

Well i answered my question, probably did a typo the first time i tried it... For the others wondering it's {print_time} easy peasy

That's a somewhat recent addition. I wrote a post-processing script to extract the time and rename the file with earlier versions of Slic3rPE. Interesting to note that, unlike other placeholders, this one is NOT in the gcode file. I'd forgotten that Team Prusa added this in somewhat recently.

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Posted : 11/09/2019 7:38 pm
emmanuel.c5
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Thanks to all for your help.

Posted : 12/09/2019 6:07 am
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