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Where is my Rotate Button?

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Cura 3.6 There is no rotate button in the left-edge buttons. I've seen installs on other computers and the button is included, mine is missing. I had the same problem in Cura 3.4.

System: Win 10 home, Version 10.0.17134,

Processor    AMD A8-6500 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics, 3500 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)

 

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I don't have a Rotate Tool listing in Marketplace.My list looks slightly different than yours, there are two columns, sorted alphabetically, but nothing between "Repetier" and "Verson".

BTW, rotate works properly in Cura 15. Also OK in ideaMaker.

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I also have 'no' rotate option in the marketplace, i DO however have a rotate button on the left hand tools bar.

Silly question, but you do have a stl loaded and have clicked on the object.on the bed ?

 

 

Dont shoot me down if i have stated the obvious :)

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Somehow your Rotate Tool plugin was disabled from loading in your configuration. This "state" used to be stored in the Cura.cfg file (hence my asking for that file), but I forgot that it was moved to the plugins.json file a couple of versions ago.

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