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help! cura 13.06.2 opens up when trying to install 13.06.3

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Hey guys!

I was wondering if I could get any help here..

when trying to install the new cura 13.06.3 (mac)

13.06.2 opens up every time and offers me to download the new version!

I tried to delete leftovers in my mac of the old cura and to install the new one again with no succes.

another thing, in version 13.06.3 I cant see the "layers" view.. its disabled?

when changing to the layers view the model just disappear!

I'm really appreciate the developments of Daid and think his doing GREAT job!!

and I'm really happy with the new SUPER FAST slicing and the new working flow (without the "prepare" button...)

but it seems like some stuff that will make cura almost PERFECT are missing now.

Thanks again to Daid for his great work.

 

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