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Cura 2.6.2 Just Quit Working & Refuses to work...

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Hello Fello Ultimakers

After working all afternoon slicing & making some prints. My mac decided to sleep' after I made myself a cuppa. ..& for some reason Cura refused to slice.. which it's done on multiple occasions. So I Done the Usual Restart to get everything going again. Only now Cura refuses to start full stop. i get the initial start up screen as it boots up, but then nothing it shuts down almost as quick as it starts.

I've uninstalled & Reinstalled twice with no avail & im in the process of a full Mac OS Reinstall as I was out of options ..is there something I've missed ..I've been using Cura for a while now but never experienced anything like this before.

Any suggestions or help would be much appreciated

Thanks.

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Ok so I've reinstalled my mac back to factory settings. Reinstalled cura & it's finally working' however I have only have one profile & I can't change between printing quality's as I only have fine 0.10 ..everything else has disappeared is there a way to get them to install ? As I've not changed or altered anything.

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