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Cura screen not displaying buttons

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Hi Folks.

I have installed Cura v15.04.6 from the SD card supplied with the Monoprice Select Mini printer. Several of the buttons which should be on view on the workbench are absent - eg the Rotate, Scale and Mirror buttons. The View mode button seems to have a mind of its own. The majority of my .stl files have been created using Solidworks.

When I load them into Cura, often the workbench appears empty. However, if I click on the View Button, then the Layers button the model appears. However, if I return to the normal view, it disappears again.

I can not find a control to rotate the model and place it in the optimum position for printing.

Where have all the buttons gone? :-(

Keith

PS. I can not use the latest version of Cura as my machine is a 32bit computer running Windows 10.

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