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    finally diving into my post processor made a few small tweaks and want to see what happens but can't figure out how to add a post processor to partworks. Any help?
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    Thomas...

    Under "help" there's a link to a 37 page PP editing guide...

    Have fun!

    p.s.
    yes... you can add additional PPs, the guide tell you how to name them so they show up under the new name.

    SG

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    I actually have done that as well as simply saved my changes under the existing name but it doesn't work.
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    Did you restart PartWorks?

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    yes... turns out that there are copies of the PP files in both the program files folder and the programdata folder(which is normally hidden) i was saving the wrong one!
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