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Mateus Abreu
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Posted (edited) · Layer View - Plugin

Hello guys,

Why my layer view only show Compatibility Mode? (Intel HD Graphics 620 - Intel Core i7-7500U - Windows 10 64-bit - Cura 3.2.0-Beta)

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Obs 2:


Did everything, but still get this:

 

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Any tips ? :S

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    Posted · Layer View - Plugin
    1 hour ago, Mateus Abreu said:

    If i try to checkbox the "Show webcam image" on Octoprint plugin, this happen:

     

     

    Please try this newer version of the plugin (until the release of the non-beta version of Cura 3.2 this week, at which point you can use the Plugin Browser to install the same version):

    http://files.fieldofview.com/temp/OctoPrintPlugin.curaplugin

    Drag and drop the curaplugin file onto the running Cura application, and then restart Cura.

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    Posted (edited) · Layer View - Plugin
    3 hours ago, Mateus Abreu said:

    Why my layer view only show Compatibility Mode? (Intel HD Graphics 620 - Intel Core i7-7500U - Windows 10 64-bit - Cura 3.2.0-Beta)

     

     

    To get the obvious out of the way: In the General preference page, is the option "Force layer view compatibility mode (restart required)" checked? If so, uncheck it and restart Cura.

     

    Are you running Cura over a remote desktop connection, inside a virtual machine, or anything else that might affect your GPU?

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    Posted · Layer View - Plugin
    21 minutes ago, ahoeben said:

     

    Please try this newer version of the plugin (until the release of the non-beta version of Cura 3.2 this week, at which point you can use the Plugin Browser to install the same version):

    http://files.fieldofview.com/temp/OctoPrintPlugin.curaplugin

    Drag and drop the curaplugin file onto the running Cura application, and then restart Cura.

     

    18 minutes ago, ahoeben said:

     

    To get the obvious out of the way: In the General preference page, is the option "Force layer view compatibility mode (restart required)" checked? If so, uncheck it and restart Cura.

     

    Are you running Cura over a remote desktop connection, inside a virtual machine, or anything else that might affect your GPU?

    Thanks a lot, everything is working like a charm.':D

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