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Setting visibility issue for 3.6 under Linux

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Posted · Setting visibility issue for 3.6 under Linux

I am not sure if it is a known issue or not but this was not an issue in 3.5.1 but is an issue in 3.6.0 under Linux:

 

In Cura, settings menu, on the right side of the window you can select 'Basic', 'Advanced' and 'Expert' settings as well as 'Custom selection'.

Anything chosen here will not alter the tick marks in the visibility selections. Also, after exiting the window and re-entering, the selected mode always returns as 'Custom selection' rather than the mode previously chosen.

Using Ubuntu 18.10

 

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Posted · Setting visibility issue for 3.6 under Linux

Have you tried the similar menu next to the "Search..." box in the sidebar? Does that work better?

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Posted · Setting visibility issue for 3.6 under Linux

Just tried it and that box works as expected.

Also, I tried 4.0 beta and the issue in the settings visibility box are working as expected as well!

Thank you for your reply !

 

Also thanks for all your other replies with other issues, it is very much appreciated !!!

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