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Cura 15.06.x doesn't work (for me)

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I've been running Cura 15.04 and having no issues. I did previously install 15.06.01 but didn't actually try it. Today I launched it only to have it tell me there's an update, so I downloaded 15.06.03 and installed that instead. When I open it and load a model, I can not select the model. I can't rotate it, I can't move it, I can't do anything with it. Nothing appears to work. Back in 15.04 and it works as expected. So what changed, other than a fancy, completely unnecessary interface redesign, that's causing 15.06.x to not work? By the way, I also tried 15.06.01 and that too does not work, same problem, can't select the model, can't rotate, move, nothing. Can't right-click the model either.

Platform is Windows 7 64-bit.

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Ok. tried .10 and that too didn't work. And some things behaved slower, like clicking on some menu items and such would take a second or 5-10 to actually register.

I wish the software wouldn't tell me that there's a new version available when the reality is that it's still in beta.

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