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Rotate Icon missing in 4.2.1

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Posted · Rotate Icon missing in 4.2.1

Hello All,

 

I've recently noticed that there is no Rotate Icon in Cura 4.2.1 that I have installed on my computer.  I was wondering if any one knows how I can get the icon to show up. I have attached a screen shot of what my work area looks like.  Thanks for any and all help!

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Posted · Rotate Icon missing in 4.2.1

Go to the Marketplace and look in the "Installed" tab (on the right). Scroll down to "Rotate Tool" and make sure it has check in front of it.

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Posted · Rotate Icon missing in 4.2.1

@ahoeben thanks for the reply.  It's listed but grayed out. I can check the box and restart Cura but it has no effect. I have tried deleting the plugin.json file and that didn't work. I think I will try to uninstall and reinstall and see what happens.

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Posted · Rotate Icon missing in 4.2.1

Please upload a copy of cura.log somewhere and post a link here. There's probably a hint in there.

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