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Cura 3.0.3 issue with mouseover

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When I hove my mousepointer over the menu items of Cura, in most of the cases, the second level of menus cannot be accessed. 5a334089a6500_2017-10-3117_20_06-UltimakerCura.thumb.png.4abcc7458970ee3e3b5749f486b10873.png

I mean, the item under the pointer normally changes its colour on mouseover. Not so in Cura. I can see the items on second level, but cannot select anything. Third level cannot be accessed at all.

Maybe some missing prerequisites like bad Python or something like that?

OS: Windows 7 64 bit

Cura: 3.0.3

Kind regards

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Instead of using the menu along the top, can you try using the dropdown in the sidebar? Does that have the same issue?

Something else to try is using the cursor keys to navigate the submenus. Not ideal, I know, but it might help you until a proper fix is found.

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Sometimes, the cursor keys work sometimes even this won't work.

I can scroll through the menus with the cursor keys from left to right (File - View - Settings - Extensions) but then, I cannot get further. Instead, I have to move the mpuse pointer over Plugins to continue with the cursor. Perhaps I'll go back to a older version of Cura or starting with a clean Cura install again.

Further Info: I'm working on a laptop with Intel HD 4600 + NVIDIA GeForce 880M

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