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Weird Local Cura Behaviour

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Hello Dear Forum, this is my first Post :)

 

Today I have a short question about Cura:

 

On one of our PCs Cura cannot be used correctly, there is always a notice about a conflict between the combination of the two loaded materials; however:

 

- Only one material is selected for use, so no FFF 
- Recommended configuration, i.e. no custom parameters

- No supports 


On all other computers this problem is not displayed, with the exact same configuration

 

What I tried to do:

- Cura Connect Reset

- Printe Factory Reset
- Delete the local Cura settings on the affected computer in the User/AppDate/Local and Roaming folder

 

But I still have that corrupted view on one single PC (see the attachment), all others have the "normal" interface.

 

When printing, CURA then does not apply, for example, a raft, as would be customary for PC (Polycarbonate), I think other settings are affected badly as well. Generally unsatisfactory. What is most annoying is that no Print Speed / Layer Height setting is possible (except by switching to "Custom" settings).

 

Do you have any clue?

 

Thank you!

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Edit:

 

Now I copied the  User/AppDate/Local and Roaming folder content from one of the PCs with a working Cura profile to the affected PC. Now it works againg.

 

But - how is this going to be solved If there would be no working Cura installation to copy the cfg from? 

 

Thank you.

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Again, I'm having the same issue :/

 

I did not find another way to solve the isseue than repeating this routine:

 

 

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Now I copied the  User/AppDate/Local and Roaming folder content from one of the PCs with a working Cura profile to the affected PC. Now it works againg.


 

 

 

 

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