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Cura 2.3 has stopped working

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Unsure what to do... Cura 2.3 no longer works. It will freeze and crash every single time, on both computers. One running windows 10, the other 7.

I have reinstalled, restarted, checked firmware, etc, etc, etc, nothing is working.

The kicker is yesterday everything was working perfectly fine...

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I fixed it... weirdest thing.

In my case it must open on my primary monitor. If you close it while you had it open on a secondary monitor, it will crash. So that means w/e i am doing, when closing Cura it has to be located on your primary monitor.

Very weird... But i have a 34" ultrawidescreen curved monitor coming in to replace my dual screen setup, so not an issue later on (at least for me).

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Just wanted to confirm this... I have a dual screen setup on Win10 and I've had this problems on several Cura versions. (Recently 2.7.0).

Cura worked great in the beginning then suddenly stops working.

When launched it then stops responding and stays in that state, only thing to do is terminate it. (And it doesn't matter then to move the window to the primary screen).

I had to mark the secondary screen (the one that Cura starts in) as primary (in Win10) then Cura started flawlessly next time.

Would be great with a fix later on since this might plague many ppl. with dual screen setups...

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