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Dear Community members,

I installed Cura 2.3.1 (latest version that will run on a win32 pc). But I dont get to choose materials from the interface. 

This is what it looks like: 136504379_mycura.thumb.jpg.e23cf18ee5adb8394463eedbb42b43d9.jpg

however, in the install guide it looks like this:89800612_quickstart.thumb.jpg.bd158ed070c31ae484728e0484c95072.jpg

Am I missing something? I must add that my UM2 will not connect over USB, does that have anything to do with it?

Hoping for your input, Maarten

 

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I'm running the latest cura (3.3.1) and it doesn't let me choose materials for um2go so I think that's normal for UM2.

 

I recommend Cura 15.X over cura 2.3.  I think it's easier to use and less buggy.  Cura 3.X is great but cura 2.3 not so great.

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