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Hey community,

I've just joined the 3d printing hobby and got my self a anycubic kossel delta printer.

The software that was send with it is the 15.x version of Cura, so I thought, why not update.

Now the problem that I seem to get it following:


or alot of windows are shown properly after I've increased the width like so:




Or even the context menu is not quite visible:


But everything is still clickable, it's just not displayed right.

Any idea what the problem to this is?

Looking forward in hearing from you


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No idea. Note that Cura 15 is from 2015 (the start of the version is the year, then month, then day it was released) and cura has had massive rewrites since then so I don't think you'll get much help here. You might want to go back to teh one that worked. Cura 14.* and 15.* are all all quite good and reliable and don't feel like you are missing anything critical just because it's 3 years old.

Actually I have one idea - drivers for your graphics card. Try upgrading your graphics card drivers. This fixes many visual issues with Cura.

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Hey guys,

thanks for the quick reply. I will try to update my drivers but they are only 3 months old... Maybe it will help. I'm using a gtx 1060 in my notebook. I really want to use cura 2.x because it offers better rafts and support for the print.

I will update this post when the update is finished (very slow download for some reason >.<;)

UPDATE: driver update did not fix the issue :/ I guess I'll have to use 15.x until someone knows how to fix my problem

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