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Cura 2.1.2 in OS X 10.9.5 sketchy

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Parallel to the problem with running Cura 2.1.2 in 32 bit Windows, it *does* run on my Core 2 Duo iMac with 12 Gb RAM . . . sometimes. And then sometimes it gets only as far as "setting up scenes", and then it hangs. This new version of Cura doesn't appear to have a log file in the user app directories like the version 15* instances keep. When I kill the hung application, I can ask for a log of what happened, but it's pretty huge.

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Interestingly, additional "sketchiness": sometimes I can get 2.1.2 to run on my Mac, but when I'm viewing in "layers" mode - sometimes I can see all the layers, but other times, when I scroll to some of the bottom layers, the object disappears and straight lines of many colors are drawn all over my screen. Very pretty, but not very useful.

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