Further testing shows that single line change definitions work, but when the definition is expanded to multi-line it fails.
I have tried uninstalling, removing all the cache and installing fresh. No change.
What happened here!?
** UPDATE **
I believe I have found a work around. On a whim, I downloaded and installed 3.6.3 on my laptop and it worked perfectly. All my custom GCODE commands from the extruder start and stop blocks were integrated into master GCODE file just like it was in 3.2.27. The only difference was that my laptop is running Windows 10, and my desktop (that I use for slicing) is still on Windows 7.
I tried uninstalling again on Windows 7, removing all Cura related directories, re-downloaded the 3.6.3 installer, and reinstalled. Same problem.
So, I navigated to
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C:\Program Files (x86)\cura-lulzbot 3.6
Right clicked on cura-lulzbot.exe
-> Properties -> Compatibility, and selected Run this program in compatibility mode for: Windows 7
[I know the image shows Windows XP... select Windows 7 ...]
AND IT WORKED. Now my custom extruder GCODE scripts are being inserted into the master GCODE file with 3.6.3 like it did with 3.2.27. Apparently, 3.6.3 is not fully compatible with Windows 7???