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Cura 3.3 is out !!

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Hi

 

Indeed, Cura 3.3 is released. It also is "out" in the baseball sense. :) Install it on a Mac running the current version of OS-X and it makes it up to some sort of disclaimer screen. That stays up for maybe 0.25 seconds. Everything crashes and goes away at that point. Restart the machine, re-install from scratch, neither one helps. Same symptoms each time.  No crash dump, or any other indication of a problem. It just goes away .....

 

Software is so much fun !!!!

 

Bob

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Hi

 

They have asked for log files. The log is buried a bit deep. They would like them on git hub or here. cura.log  is mine. 

 

How to find the log file:

 

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/wiki/Cura-Preferences-and-Settings-Locations.   the log is in the same set of sub directories as the other stuff they talk about.

 

Duplicate on git hub:

 

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/3704

 

Bob

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As posted in another thread:

 

PSA: if you were using the OctoPrintPlugin in Cura 3.2.1, updating to Cura 3.3 will cause Cura to crash :-(.

 

The crash dialog should give you a way to open the Configuration folder. In that folder locate the subfolder "plugins" and remove OctoPrintPlugin from it. Then you can restart Cura and it should no longer crash. You can reinstall the proper 3.3 version of the OctoPrintPlugin from the plugin browser.

 

A fix for this issue is in the works.

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