Temporary material lost when recovering with Run From Line

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09 May 2022 05:58 #242358 by Daddio
Hello all,
The cut recovery features baked into qtplasmac are life-savers!  I have, however, noticed that my temporary material from sheetcam is setup once at the beginning of the program.  If I have a cutting error and I need to do a run-from-line, the entire program up until the selected line is blown away, including the temporary material setup.  I've lost a few parts thinking my material was all setup during a cut recovery when it was lost.
How can I grab the temporary material when I need to do a run-from-line recovery? 
Thanks,

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09 May 2022 08:02 #242362 by phillc54
Can you post the original gcode, I don't see that issue here.
 

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09 May 2022 10:32 #242369 by RNJFAB
This was fixed some time ago, it was a small glitch.

Please ensure you have the latest version of QtPlasmac. 

Let us know if it continues
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10 May 2022 15:33 #242498 by Daddio
I misspoke when I said the temporary file was blown away.  It is still an option.  The problem is it is not loaded when a run from line command is being attempted, it loads the default material setup rather than the temporary material setup.  I've done it a few times, which I know is bad on me, but I'll be running a nested job, I get a cutting error, I attempt a run from line to recover and if I don't select the temporary material right before commanding it to run, it will run the default cutting material.  How can I make the temporary material the go to material when recovering?
Thanks all!

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10 May 2022 23:32 #242536 by phillc54
I don't see that here, what happens if you try the example metric_temporary_materials.ngc (or imperial_temporary_materials.ngc)

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11 May 2022 04:50 #242570 by Daddio
RNJFAB saved the day.  It's amazing how fast qtplasmac is being developed.  Updating to latest fixed my material issue. 
Thank you both.
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