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Cura 3.1 Curaslicer has stopped functioning

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Curamaker 3.1.0

Last night I sliced fine

This morning curamaker started crashing every time it tried slicing the model.


I have no idea what has updated or changed since last night. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software.


Cura 3.0.4 seems to function fine so I've switched to that.


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Preferably on github, as that's the place where we get all of them, but sending them directly (provided that you also include a proper bug report that includes things like your system, what were you doing, what did yo expect was going to happen, what actually happend)

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On 1/8/2018 at 11:08 PM, wrek said:

 If I get back to 3.1 anytime soon, I'll get those logs but for now I just wanna print ;)


Even if you uninstalled 3.1, you can still get at the logs that it created.

Open the start menu and start typing %APPDATA%\cura\3.1 (and press enter). The cura.log file is in the folder that opens.

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