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Hi guys !

I konw there's some troubles with some laptop and Cura, and my laptop is one of those ..

 

Cura works almost fine but I have bugs on view settings : feedrate / nozzle travel view by layer / .. (not displayed)

 

MY config :

 

CURA 3.3.1

Lenovo X230

i5 - 3320M / 2.6GHz

WIN10

Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000

OPENGPL 4.0

 

NB : I've tried to install new drivers (on lenovo website/ Intel / Microsoft / ..), and still nothing after rebooting ...   ?

 

Is there any way ... ??

 

Thx !!

 

 

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Layer View requires OpenGL 4.1 to display feedrate / nozzle travel view by layer. If OpenGL 4.1 is not available (like in your case, @MyName) it falls back to using OpenGL 2, which does not support the functionality that is used to display these more advanced options, at least in the current implementation.

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On 5/14/2018 at 11:11 AM, ahoeben said:

Layer View requires OpenGL 4.1 to display feedrate / nozzle travel view by layer. If OpenGL 4.1 is not available (like in your case, @MyName) it falls back to using OpenGL 2, which does not support the functionality that is used to display these more advanced options, at least in the current implementation. 

 

Thx for the reply !

 

So,..nothing to do ..? ?

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