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Cura 3.0 [Modify G-Code] function does not work

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Hi,

I have installed Cura 3.0 ( my OS is Win 10), like its new interface and features.

But after checked all icons function, some icons can not change color to blue when I moved muse cursor on them, so they cannot be clicked and run...

Could somebody help me? any thoughts?.

Thank you!

Extensions -> Post Processing -> Modify G-Code

Cura-2_ModifyG-Code.thumb.jpg.35e167341bc2011663fcc47304bc0160.jpg

Extensions -> Update Checker -> Check for Updates

Cura-3_CheckforUpdates.thumb.jpg.2c446e79c117e681e3ba9f842f496ece.jpg

Cura-2_ModifyG-Code.thumb.jpg.35e167341bc2011663fcc47304bc0160.jpg

Cura-3_CheckforUpdates.thumb.jpg.2c446e79c117e681e3ba9f842f496ece.jpg

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As a workaround, use the cursor-keys to navigate through the menus. We haven't quite figured out why this happens on some systems, but there's a good chance it will finally be fixed in the next release because the UI framework that's used in Cura is upgraded to a much newer version.

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