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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Just adding that I'm getting this too, in 3.0.

iMac (27-inch, Late 2012), MacOS 10.13.1 (17B48)

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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Could you elaborate on what “this” is? Are you seeing “garbled fonts everywhere or just in specific places?

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Posted (edited) · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Still garbled in 3.2.1, (3.2 also has the issue but more drastically), 3.1 renders as expected.  see the right column in the screenshots provided.  Feel free to reach out to you need any further info. 

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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Howdy---Cura 3.2.1 alpha is now working OK on Capitan 10.11.6. Click ssues remain on Mac Trackpad and Wacom Intros 2 Mouse-I sort of change clicking until something works-especially difficult to move build plate around on the screen. Connection with UM3 is much improved-easy to do, but every new print requires a simple network disconnect at the printer and immediate reconnect, works every time.

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Posted (edited) · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Had issues with 3.2, did a fresh download and instal of 3.2.1 on my early 2013 MBP retina with 10.13.3.

 

Still garbled.  Maybe a bit better, but it doesn't fix it.  Almost unreadable.

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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

Just installed 3.2.2 on iMac. The fonts appear correctly. Hooray!

 

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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra
17 minutes ago, eldrick said:

Just installed 3.2.2 on iMac. The fonts appear correctly. Hooray!

 

Where did you get a copy of 3.2.2? I still don’t see it listed on the site 

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Posted · Cura fonts garbled on MacOS High Sierra

For me changing to the default fonts didn't fix it, but changing to Arial font did

 

This with the theme.json that uses default

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And this one with Arial as font al clear and sweet

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