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Posted · Cura UI not functioning properly

So I just recently started using Cura, going from 2.3 to 2.4 and now trying out 2.5. I really love the program, but I'm having some issues with the UI. For some reason there's a lot of buttons I can't click on at the top of the screen (where file, edit, etc) are. I can click on anything within a certain submenu (ex: file > open file, preferences > configure Cura, etc.). However, if there is a submenu within a submenu (ex: extension > update checker > check for updates, settings > material > PLA, etc.) I can't click on the buttons. This goes for anything with a submenu within a submenu. Even when I go to the right side menus (where the print setup stuff is) and try going through the material menu there it won't work. This has been a consistent issue with every version of Cura that I've used. Hopefully I was able to describe this issue well enough. Anyone have any idea what is causing this?

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