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Cura 15.06 rotate, mirror, and scale function don't work

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Hi All,

I am new to Cura and Ultimaker, so hopefully this problem is just due to my experience level (with software). I can load a file into Cure 15.06, but am unable to manipulate the model in space. That is whenever I try to, let's say rotate the object nothing happens. The circular axis indicators do not appear, same goes for mirror and scale does nothing.

I have installed and tried all versions of 15.06 with the same results, while using 15.04 seems to work ok. My machine is an i7, running win 7 pro with 8G ram. Also whenever I close 15.06 it throws an error and creates a log file.

I have three Ultimakers to used by college students and would really like to be able to print via USB.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Martin

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Based in the info you give it's a known issue. Please try the 15.10 beta that will be released this week.

 

It's been 2 months and still no release of 15.1! I would really like to have the capability to print directly from a computer via USB . Am I correct that 15.04 does not support USB communication?

Is 15.1 in the works?

Martin

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