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Cura 15.06.01 Crashes

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Hi everybody,

I'm a new UM2 user and I was working with Cura 15.04 with no problems.

Yesterday I installed the new realease of Cura (15.06.01) and every time I start the program, it crashes.

I'm using Windows release of the program.

Another issue I've found is that while in Cura 15.04 a big drawing is not scaled when you load it, keeping the original size, Cura 15.06.01 scales it feeting the part inside the limits of the printer. That means that every part you load is being printed in diferent scales. The problem is that we use the printer for prototyping and we print it in several parts due to the size of the machine. The machine must be assembled later.

Tanks in advance.

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I'm sorry for the delay.

Here you are a copy of the cura.log :

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Qt\QtApplication.py", line 147, in event

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Event.py", line 149, in call

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Signal.py", line 96, in emit

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Backend\Backend.py", line 128, in _onSocketError

AttributeError: 'UnknownProtocolError' object has no attribute 'errno'

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Qt\Bindings\MainWindow.py", line 83, in mouseMoveEvent

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Qt\QtMouseDevice.py", line 30, in handleEvent

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Signal.py", line 96, in emit

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Controller.py", line 211, in event

 File "C:\Program Files (x86)\Cura_15.06.01\plugins\Tools\RotateTool\RotateTool.py", line 84, in event

   angle = math.acos(drag_start.dot(drag_end))

ValueError: math domain error

Traceback (most recent call last):

 File "c:\dev\uranium\UM\Qt\Bindings\ActiveToolProxy.py", line 59, in setProperty

AttributeError: 'RotateTool' object has no attribute 'setScaleX'

The only one thing I can tell you is that I don not have any folder called DEV in C drive.

Thanks

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