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Hey Everyone, I have just installed the latest Cura 3.4.1 on my windows 10 64-bit machine.  I have a pretty simple issue.  I'm seeing a yellow field that fills up the build area and obscures the model when I select layer view and show infill.  It feels like a graphics bug of some kind.

 

I can reproduce easily.

 

1) Import model with supports and 20% infill.  Top layers 8.

2) select layer view

3) check the show infill box.

 

notice that as you scroll though the layer heights it will fill the whole screen with yellow.  This might be a bug, or some setting that is just wrong...but it feels like a bug.

 

I'm going to try to print like this and then do a full reset of all settings (if i can figure that out.)

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