Deleting a Configuration Snapshot
Hello! I see how to use Configuration -> Take Configuration Snapshot to create a new configuration snapshot. I also see how to use Configuration -> Configuration Snapshots to see my list of configurations and activate one. What I haven't been able to find is how to delete a Configuration Snapshot.
Could anyone guide me though how to delete a Configuration Snapshot that I don't need anymore?
I rather suspect that you're not supposed to delete them. But if you feel you must, on windows they are at C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\PrusaSlicer\snapshots\, only the little pixies know where on a Mac. The Alpha and Beta's of 2.3.0 used -
...\PrusaSlicer-beta\.. and ..\PrusaSlicer-alpha\..
On a Mac, the path is /Users/<<username>>/Library/Application Support/PrusaSlicer/snapshots
Thanks @towlerg and @egar! I'm on a Windows machine and see that directory. They have strange, coded names, but I see I can use the search function to find out which is which (the name I give it in PrusaSlicer seems to be in the snapshot.ini file). I understand that there may be some that they don't want you to delete, but my question is for when I create a Configuration Snapshot and then later decide I had an error, or it needs to change, or I don't need something anymore.
Nope, you should just be able to delete the folder with the old snapshot. The format of the names of the folders is timestamp (YYYYMMDDThhmmssZ) where Y=year, M=month, D=day, h=hour, m=minute, s=second. This is in UTC/GMT.