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Cura OS choice has no effect on download site

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When I try to download latest Cura (3.3.0) from the ultimaker site ( https://ultimaker.com/en/products/ultimaker-cura-software ) it isn't possible to choose a version for any different OS than the one it is downloaded from. Changing the user agent makes it possible but this is obviously not the way it is intended.

 

Example: I'm on a Windows 7 PC with Firefox 59 and want to download the linux version (for an offline PC). So I select that one but the icon in front of the dropdown menu still shows the windows version. When the download starts it will load an .exe file instead of the appimage.

 

Please try to fix that. Thanks.

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