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Where exactly did you get this beta version? There are many beta versions and some are more hidden than others. If this is indeed the latest beta version that came out a few days ago I'll pass this bug on to Marrit.

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is version 15.06.03 and I downloaded it from the ultimaker site.


This is a very OLD and unstable version of beta and would recommend that you don't use this version.

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I just tested this on the latest and it works fine - opened an obj file although I used the win64 version (I don't have a mac). But I suspect this is fixed. I used version 2.0.99-20160304 (5 days ago).

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I'm currently using the version 2.1.99 PC (64Bit) and I still have the problem, that in the advanced material view I can't see the temperature of the heated bed. I configured an ultimaker original printer with a selfmade heated bed. If I open the configuration panel the box with heated bed temperature is ticked. This was from the very first version of the new cura. Do I do something wrong? Is this bug well known and it is just not important enough to be fixed at the current time? I see a lot of improovemnts, but this problem still occurs in all new versions. It seems for me to be a problem which could be fixed easily. But obvious I'm wrong and this bug (just in case that I don't do something wrong) cause more effort to be fixed.

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