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Cura 3.0.4 Won't load from Fusion 360 Mac or PC!

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I'm in the middle of migrating my work from a Mac running the latest OSX High Sierra to a Windows 10 PC. My 3D design platform is Fusion 360.

When I installed Cura 3.0.4 on the Mac and tried to send a object I got the message that this version of Cura was not compatible... so I reloaded 3.0.3 and all was fine again.

Now I'm working on the PC I've loaded up 3.0.4 and when I send a file to it from Fusion nothing appears in Cura.

Unfortunately I cannot seem to find 3.0.3 to install and try.

Anybody got any ideas or similar experience?

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From the Fusion end I am able t select Cura as a custom 3D print app. But in doing this every model I send to print opens a new instance of Cura.

Add "--single-instance" as a command line argument to Cura.exe in Fusion.

Thanks for this, could you provide a bit more info on how to do this? I can't find anything I can edit this into within Fusion???

Maybe a screenshot if possible :)

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