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Printing problem on mac(10.8.4) with cura 13.06.2

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Thanks for reply. I still use 13.04, cause I had it installed before. Today I saw version 13.06.3, but problem that starting cura, have message we have new version. Download it, install it, start and I see again asking for downloading new version, because version in file, which downloaded as 13.06.3 really is 13.06.2.


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Similar problem on Mac OS 10.7, I'm downloading Cura-13.06.3-MacOS.dmg but inside is Cura 13.04.app and it says there is a new version so it wants to download Cura-13.06.3-MacOS.dmg.

It's written Cura - 13.04 at the top left of the window and don't see any interface change.

EDIT: I used AppDelete to get rid of all Cura files, then when mounting Cura-13.06.3-MacOS.dmg I switched to column view and dragged Cura.app from the Cura folder. Now I have Cura - 13.06.2


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