So whoever is responsible for writing their (apparently un-versioned) settings into ~/Library/App Support has put down their kombucha, picked up their hacky sack and left the building, but not before leaving a dire warning atop the downloads page:
Upgrading? Clean Your Cache!
The commands below will delete the older slicing profiles and 3D printer settings from previous versions of Cura LulzBot Edition. Back up the files and folders listed below first if any customizations have been made.
Open Terminal and run the following command:
rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/cura-lulzbot
So it’s up to me, the customer who paid $2,500 for this machine to intuit which of these internal files I’m to keep, and which were so dangerous I needed to throw rm -rf around in a terminal window.
So which files should I keep? Should I grep around in there for custom profile names? When you threw this warning up and made it my problem, what were you expecting me to do?