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Cura user interface misalignment

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Has anyone noticed that the user interface for Cura is misaligned? Most of the inputs are shifted up from where the mouse interacts with them - maybe about 20 pixels. I am using Windows 10, and have uninstalled/reinstalled Cura 2.62 several times. For example, when naming a profile, only the lowest few pixels of the Name input field is visible which prevents me from being able to see what I type in. On the settings area, I must click below every input box to place the cursor within it. To highlight the settings gear, the pointer must be positioned below and to the left of the gear icon. This issue is not present with any other software installed on my PC. This issue first began after installation of 2.6.0

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Thanks for the reply!

Yes, I have an i7-6700 with Intel HD 530 graphics. I have updated the driver, but I am unsure if it will fix my issue because I am dealing with a different Cura issue where the UI hangs with a blank screen. Will try to post back when this all gets resolved

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