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Is there something I need to know to get Cura 12.12 installed on my old black Macbook. I installed Cura, but after I activate it the app. disappears. Do I need to install something more or is my macbook to old for this app. It's a late 2006 2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo model with 2 Gb Ram and I work with OSX 10.7.5

Cura works fine on my iMac.



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It should work fine on any MacOS 10.7 version. (It has some issues to run on 10.6)

You could try running it in a terminal to see if it produces some kind of error message there...

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