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Top layer invisible in Cura

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I've been testing a model in Cura just to see how long it will take to print and how much filament.  I have been having a weird issue though.

When I have rafts enabled, the top layer(s) doesn't show up in layer view.

With raft disabled, everything looks peachy.

I haven't had a chance to try printing the model yet.  Is this just a weird visual bug/glitch?

See pics below

RAFTON.thumb.png.a26bdf3efec7d6c0bae6c37e360f3fb8.png

RAFTOFF.thumb.png.c47513efafae2cb01ae143e9fc676ab9.png

UPDATE:

I tried printing the file with the raft and it printed just fine. As far as I can see, it's just a visual bug.

Printed with Hatchbox Wood filament

IMG_5142.thumb.JPG.99c21b2016974d2971ee7519898ca53d.JPG

RAFTON.thumb.png.a26bdf3efec7d6c0bae6c37e360f3fb8.png

RAFTOFF.thumb.png.c47513efafae2cb01ae143e9fc676ab9.png

IMG_5142.thumb.JPG.99c21b2016974d2971ee7519898ca53d.JPG

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