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Cura 15.06 startup view scrambled

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I have recently installed Cura 15.06 on my iMac and MacBook. It's great working with it, so easy to use...big improvement. But !!! Most of the time when I start it up I first get a screen like in the picture enclosed, it is what you see before Cura is normally functioning. It scrambles up the interfaces of the programs that are open on my desktop within its own interface it seems. Once it starts up it works fine. Time it takes starting it up is normal to I think. Not yet installed it again ...so don't know if that will help. It is not really a problem though because when it is started up it works just fine. Just wanted to report this, looks kinda shabby for Ultimaker :-)

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