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Cura 2.6 .x - MacOS, menu is incomplete

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Hi,

I'm using Cura on Mac (OS X El Captain version 10.11.6), 4k screen resolution

Cura 2.5 is working great. Upgrading to Cura 2.6 I find that is not possible to move the model on the build plate because the Move icon is not showing.

I test it with all minor versions of 2.6 with the same results.

Reinstalling Cura 2.5 and everything is fine again.

I made some screens for reference.

Anyone has this problem before ?

Regards,

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