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Cura 3.6 on new laptop...where my layer view slider?


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Posted · Cura 3.6 on new laptop...where my layer view slider?

I just received a new Lenovo P72 and installed Cura.

 

Quite disappointed how slow Cura runs on a Intel i7 8850 6 core processor with an nVidia Quadro P600  Slow!

 

But my bigger issue, about to do a print and when I go to my layer view to analyze my print...I so no way to slide up and down as I used to, to view the layers

 

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 on new laptop...where my layer view slider?

    I have a silly question, but are you sure you have prepared/sliced the object? 

    If I change anything and need to reslice, I get exactly your screen without the slider.

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    Posted · Cura 3.6 on new laptop...where my layer view slider?

    Well how crazy is that.

     

    By default it isn't set to auto slice.  Kind of nice, I suppose...!  I hit the Slice Button and now I have it.

     

    I'm so used to years of upgrading and having that as a default all along, it's weird on a fresh install, that isn't set to go.

     

    Thanks!

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