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Cura Version 3.1.0 Linux 64 bit and Mark2

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Hello,

I inserted the files for Cura 3.0.4 (Linux 64 bit) in the folders and subfolders as described in the Mark2-documentation and this Cura - version works fine.

Performing the same in Cura 3.1.0 and selecting the printer Mark2  for Ultimaker2, an empty windows appears. Closing this window also the complete Cura application closes.

So I cannot use Cura 3.1.0 with Mark2.

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On 25.1.2018 at 10:22 AM, Nobima said:

I cannot use Cura 3.1.0 with Mark2.

 

AFAIK the definition files have not changed since Cura 2.4 (and are still working for Cura 3.1)

(@foehnsturm, @ultiarjan: correct me, if i'm wrong...)

 

Was the configuration imported from 3.04 during the installation of Cura 3.1, or do you have added the printer again?

If you can upload the (shortened) cura.log file somewhere... we can try to help to nail this problem down.

 

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On 25.1.2018 at 10:24 AM, nallath said:

Contact Mark2 about this. I don't know what they did with their files.

 

They didn't share the files with us, so none of our automatic scripts can look at what they did / should change if we change something.

 

https://github.com/foehnsturm/Mark2/tree/master/cura-resources

 

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