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Cura 2.6.2 wrong file name (Mac)

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Cura 2.6.2, Mac Mini, OSX 10.10.5

If you initiate Cura via an application/file association (right-click-open on the file), and Cura is already running, the file name that Cura displays is not the file you are then working on, but whatever was the file that it was working on when a file was loaded from the File menu, previously.

Sounds complicated, but it is quite normal to associate an application with a file type, in this case, Cura to STL files, and then open the application directly from the file. I think the issue here is that if when Cura is already open, it does not update the file name that is displayed in the main window.

Please advise.

JWG

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