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Is this a glitch in Cura 2.7?

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I opened a project file from an earlier version and it seemed to lock some controls. For instance, it would not let me uncheck hollow objects.

I had opened the file to use it as a builder for a new print that I wanted to use most of the settings, but using some of the new tweaks available.

Anybody else run into something like this?

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OK, here is what I have been able to document, and, it just may be my system.

First, I loaded a project file after another project file and got this:

LoadedProjectFileAfterLoadingOtherFile.jpg

Please note that infill density still reads zero while slicing with infill.

Then when, again, just loading a project file straight, it gives this:

ReloadFilewithoutChangingMaterials.jpg

It says it is going to update file. But settings do not change. I also cannot uncheck the hollow objects box.

CannotUncheckHollowoutobjects.jpg

Note that I can change infill densities and that will accept changes.

But when changing the material selection it will make the change:

ChangeMaterial_AllChangesTakePlaceProperly.jpg

Hopefully this will help. I am PM'ing you with the link to the project files themselves. I have not decided how 'open' I want this to be at this time, hence the PM with link.

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