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Cura crashed on start on Mac

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Hi,

 

I have used Cura for quite a while without having any problems on my MacBookPro. Last weekend I reinstalled my whole macOS System new. I installed Cura 3.3.1. So far so good.

 

When the printer is turned off and I open Cura everything works fine. When Cura is open and I start the printer and want to connect it in the Cura menu, the software crashes all the time when I hit the connect button. When the printer is already turned on when I try to open Cura, Cura crashes right away without opening the slicing window. 

 

I reinstalled Cura and deleted all the library folders but the problem stays the same. When I use Cura on Windows in Parallels on the Mac everything works fine. So it seems to be a MacOS problem only.

 

Does anybody know a solution?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Setup:

- Ultimaker 3

- MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4

- MacBookPro 2017

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