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Strange Cura UI issues in 13.12/10 under Mavericks

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Posted · Strange Cura UI issues in 13.12/10 under Mavericks

I am running OS X Mavericks.

Cura 13.12 shows only Print speed under the Speed and Temperature part of Full Settings / Basic. I can't set the temperature. Also, I can't select objects once they are loaded.

I went back to 13.10; it lets me set temperature but popups like Platform Adhesion type are stuck and don't work.

I had to go all the way back to 13.06 in order to get a version where the UI worked for me.

Bizarre! Any suggestions?

 

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Posted · Strange Cura UI issues in 13.12/10 under Mavericks

It's working pretty well for me on Mavericks. Do you have the printer configured as UM1 or UM2? You can't set temp for a UM2, for instance. I've had the platform adhesion popups be a bit non-responsive during a long slice operation, but once the slicing finishes they work again.

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Posted · Strange Cura UI issues in 13.12/10 under Mavericks

Ah, well part 1 of the problem is fixed; somehow it decided I was using a UM2 instead of a UM1.

Now the basic UI is working but I still can't select any objects on the printbed to move/rotate/resize them. All the other mouse actions (like changing the viewpoint) work fine.

 

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