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Cura mac NotImplementedError

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As you can see I started to use the cura on my imac.

the export versioner works perfect with pronterface...

the first time this worked fine with cura, I skipped all the steps (because it was allready configured with a pc before)

Then I got this error and now I can't start Cura...

Any help?

Last login: Sun Oct 21 20:57:56 on ttys001
iMac-J-en-K:~ kristofderuyttere$ export VERSIONER_PYTHON_PREFER_32_BIT=yes
iMac-J-en-K:~ kristofderuyttere$ /Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/cura.py 
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "/Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/cura.py", line 80, in 
   main()
 File "/Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/cura.py", line 77, in main
   mainWindow.main()
 File "/Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/gui/mainWindow.py", line 32, in main
   simpleMode.simpleModeWindow()
 File "/Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/gui/simpleMode.py", line 22, in __init__
   super(simpleModeWindow, self).__init__(title='Cura - Quickprint - ' + version.getVersion())
 File "/Applications/osx64-Cura-12.08/Cura/gui/configBase.py", line 22, in __init__
   self.popup = wx.PopupWindow(self, flags=wx.BORDER_SIMPLE)
 File "/usr/local/lib/wxPython-unicode-2.8.12.1/lib/python2.7/site-packages/wx-2.8-mac-unicode/wx/_windows.py", line 1750, in __init__
   _windows_.PopupWindow_swiginit(self,_windows_.new_PopupWindow(*args, **kwargs))
NotImplementedError
iMac-J-en-K:~ kristofderuyttere$ 

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