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Spinning beach ball with every key stroke

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since 2.6 I now get a ridiculously long spinning beachball every single time I type in a setting. not just after entering, but with every single key entered... setting temps, to get 210º.. type "2" spin...spin... spin. type "1". spin..spin...spin... type "0" spin... spin...spin.

used to do that with the old slice with every setting but now it's should be waiting... would rather it take a few extra seconds at final slice than try and think about every single keystroke.

No, it's not my system as nothing else has issues. have tried wipe and reinstall.

Max OSX 10.12.x Mac Mini 2.4 dual, 8 gig ram 1 terra SSD drive

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OK, have a WHOLE new computer basically. (updated without transferring anything, OS and all software is being installed fresh and new)

Mac OSX High Sierra 10.13 (final beta). also does it under Sierra 10.12.xx

-installed Cura 2.7 from scratch.. still doing the annoying spinning beach ball with every single key stroke/input into the app.

generally love Cura but this is getting annoying :(

No one else on Mac having this issue?

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