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Cannot install Cura in my Macbook Pro running El Capitan

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For some time I cannot use my machine because two of the axis rusted badly. I am still trying to buy an extrusion upgrade kit that seems to be the right answer to my problems and still will upgrade my machine.

The problem I am having is that I am trying to install the new Cura in my machine ( a brand new Macbook Pro running El Capitan) and it does not open. I install the software and then when I try to open, it says "Cura quit unexpectedly. Click reopen to open the application again."

I tried this many times without success. Pls. help me.

I need to print some parts in the machine of the university and need Cura for that.

thanks

Celso

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