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Newest version of Cura Broken With UM3

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So I decided to update my UM3 and Cura to 2.5 today just to find all the awesome profiles that I cant use because of a strange problem with Cura and my machine. When I send a print the machine starters up and the print head and build plate moves then seconds after UM3 display reads "print complete, remove print". Thats not right! On my Mac (current highest level 27" iMac) I found rolling back to 2.4, cura just crashes on start up. I got back to 2.3.1 and my printer is back in business. Hope this gets solved soon! I got a taste of TPU and CPE+ presets and a cleaner UI!

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How do you load models into Cura? There is a known issue that if you load a model by dropping it on the Cura icon, or by launching it from eg Fusion 360, Cura does not create a "job name".

Make sure there is a jobname in the lower right corner of the viewport. Press the pencil icon there and type a name before starting a print.

This has been fixed for Cura 2.6

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