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Cura Mac Improvements

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Cura Engineer(s),

Any chance you would consider the following?

1 - Get an Apple Developer ID and sign the Cura builds so that users don't have to overide their security settings to install the app.

2 - Publish Cura builds on the Apple Mac Store every 6 months (your server could do regular releases)

3 - Add support for the Mac numeric keypad. Currently chosing an option like SCALE and trying to enter numers using the number pad fails. Users have to use the main keyboard set. I'm using an Apple USB Wired Extended Keyboard (hitting clear/numlock doesn't make any difference).

4 - Get the First Time Wizard and Filament cost preference to store settings on the computer so that everytime I have to force quit Cura (frequently) I don't have to resetup everything.

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