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Cura hangs when opening on second monitor

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I've been using Cura 3.2.1 successfully for a few weeks but it is now hanging on startup. The main window appears but is all white and has the 'not responding' title bar. The problem appears to be due to it starting on my second monitor - I noticed in the stack trace (attached) that it was calling GetMonitorInfoA and disabling the second monitor caused it to start successfully on the first monitor. I then had to re-enable the second monitor with Cura open, then close Cura, to make it to open on the first monitor when reopened.

 

I now know the work around if it happens again but is this a known issue and is there a better solution than temporarily disabling the extra monitor?

 

Cura hang stack trace.log

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