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Posted (edited) · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

Hi Guys

i Cura 4.6.1 i try to go down wards as u can see in the picture

In the per model setting to modify my added settings in the list but i cant
Because simply they are dow and i cant select them . there is no scroll down !!
so any one has a suggestion for no-existing scroll down ?

 

 

Screenshot from 2020-06-02 16-04-13.png

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    Using the PI 4 build, I get the following behaviour...

     

    If I add enough per-model settings, I get a scroll bar to access them. Like this...

     

    Screenshot_2020-06-02_16-03-34.thumb.png.3368e79830b5209fb7cd1dc92e6b26ae.png

     

    But if I make the Cura window less tall, I can no longer access the bottom of that dialog...

     

    Screenshot_2020-06-02_16-03-47.thumb.png.a69ee03fe7d394b7e0108dd1ebe4d8ed.png

     

    Can you make the Cura window taller?

     

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    8 minutes ago, burtoogle said:

    Using the PI 4 build, I get the following behaviour...

     

    If I add enough per-model settings, I get a scroll bar to access them. Like this...

     

    Screenshot_2020-06-02_16-03-34.thumb.png.3368e79830b5209fb7cd1dc92e6b26ae.png

     

    But if I make the Cura window less tall, I can no longer access the bottom of that dialog...

     

    Screenshot_2020-06-02_16-03-47.thumb.png.a69ee03fe7d394b7e0108dd1ebe4d8ed.png

     

    Can you make the Cura window taller?

     

     

     

    what is the PI 4 build?

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    Just now, burtoogle said:

     

    Thank you 

    but i use ubuntu and cura 4.6.1

    and in the second picture in my second reply above ,i make cura window to be full screen but still not working 

     

    I still dont have scroll down

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    1 hour ago, ubuntuman said:

    by the way i use ubuntu as operating system , so this is linux distribution of cura 4.6.1

     

     

     

     

    Screenshot from 2020-06-02 16-05-54.png

     

     

    Have a look 

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    I think this is a fundamental limitation which is a consequence of how they have implemented the UI. I can't think of a workaround. Sorry.

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    I have a workaround which I will describe how to do later but in the meantime, here's a picture to show what I did...

     

    Screenshot_2020-06-02_18-20-28.thumb.png.9a396f9eb16e33616cc20aa04673299c.png

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    Here's what you do...

     

    1 - extract the contents of your AppImage file by specifying the --appimage-extract option. This extracts into squashfs-root.

     

    2 - download and unzip the attached Toolbar.zip.

     

    3 - copy the replacement Toolbar.qml to squashfs-root/usr/bin/resources/qml/Toolbar.qml

     

    4 - run the patched Cura by executing squashfs-root/AppRun

     

    Hope this helps.

     

     

    Toolbar.zip

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    Hi @ahoeben, you're a QML wizard. Can you suggest a means whereby the anchor position for that tool panel can be changed based on the position of the tool button selected? I'm thinking it would be nice if the top 3 tools (Move, Scale & Rotate) anchored the panel at the top (like it currently does) and then the following tools (per-model settings and anything else that comes later) could anchor at the bottom of their panel like I have done in my modded Toolbar.qml. I tried using conditional expressions but couldn't make it work. Any ideas?

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    15 minutes ago, burtoogle said:

    Here's what you do...

     

    1 - extract the contents of your AppImage file by specifying the --appimage-extract option. This extracts into squashfs-root.

     

    2 - download and unzip the attached Toolbar.zip.

     

    3 - copy the replacement Toolbar.qml to squashfs-root/usr/bin/resources/qml/Toolbar.qml

     

    4 - run the patched Cura by executing squashfs-root/AppRun

     

    Hope this helps.

     

     

    Toolbar.zip 1.96 kB · 0 downloads

     

    how to extract the AppImage?

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    By adding the --appimage-extract option to the command line after the appimage name.

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    and how to delete the extrated files in case i want to delete them?

     

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    Posted (edited) · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    23 minutes ago, burtoogle said:

    By adding the --appimage-extract option to the command line after the appimage name.

     

     

    It works 

    Thank you 

    and how to delete the extracted files in case i want to delete them?

     

    Screenshot from 2020-06-02 21-03-46.png

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    and is there a way to report ultimaker team  about this bug ?

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    3 minutes ago, ubuntuman said:

    and how to delete the extracted files in case i want to delete them?

     

    You're kidding, aren't you?

     

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN
    1 minute ago, ubuntuman said:

    and is there a way to report ultimaker team  about this bug ?

     

    Sure, but don't worry, I will follow this up with UM.

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    Posted · A PROBLEM IN THE FITTING ON THE SCREEN

    Hello, I have the same problem with Cura 3.3.1 on mx linux not showing the lower part of the screen on my laptop with resolution of 1366 x 768.   I have not attempting the mentioned solution above.  I don't normally use Cura on my laptop but it would be helpful for it to adapt to the laptop resolution.

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