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rene-k.-mueller

Cura 13.03 GL rendering problem, AMF testing

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Hi Daid and others,

I code at http://OpenJSCAD.org and just few days ago added AMF export (and import) capability and wanted to test it with existing software. I downloaded Cura 13.03 for Win7, it loaded UltimakerRobot but doensn't render the robot (the same problem I had with Cura 12.x) on my main development machine (laptop). I tried to upload a screenshot but this 'my media' seems not taking uploads.

Laptop Mobile Intel 4 Series Express: Win7 SP1 (with all recent updates), fails to render complete models

MiniPC Radeon HD6320: Win7 SP1 ('' ''), render models

I otherwise use the laptop with WebGL intensively and works fine.

Btw, I tried to login to the forum via G+ login, click OK for oauth but it repeated itself over and over, and just appended the URL never returning here - so I aborted, and login via FB instead.

Rene (spiritdude AT gmail.com)

http://OpenJSCAD.org/

http://reprap.org/wiki/User:Spiritdude

 

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Love openjscad. Very cool. Although I don't have a scroll wheel (just scroll buttons) so I can't zoom in and out - please add a second way to zoom (such as shift right mouse drag as openScad does). Or maybe there *is* a second way but it's not documented.

 

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