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CURA 12.11 on win7 64-bit doens't show model correct

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Thx 4 your great work Daid!

have taken a look to preview3d.py but don't find a line with 9999.

found finally how to do a search inside a file...

inside the explorer find you can specify more tags like (dutch):" *.py inhoud: 9" witch give all the py files with 9 in the text.

Result: no file's matching in the directory of Cura_12.11

Can you help me out of this?


Xiao Shi Zi.

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Hi. I'm having same problems in Win 64bit found the the file preview3d.py C:/Program Files(x86)/Cura_12.11/gui but no line of code with 9999 in it, checked several times, could you perhaps put it into context with preceding lines or even a screen shot. I'm on the cusp of buying a machine but want to do some tests first.Thanks

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