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An error has occurred during the 3D view drawing

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Hi guys,

after googling all day long, I finally need help on this forum.

Just after reinstall Cura at latest version,

I got crashed, :

An error has occurred during the 3D view drawing.

TypeError: '("No array-type handler for type <class 'ctypes.c_ulong'> <value: c_ulong(0L)) registered", None)'

@ arraydatatype.pyx:OpenGL_accelerate.arraydatatype.HandlerRegistry.c_lookup(src\arraydatatype.c:2106):58

@ arraydata........



I have no idea on this.

Any help will be very appreciated, thank you.


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1) windows or mac?

2) You know you can go back to the older version, right? At least in windows you can.

3) There are 2 different "latest versions" - which one was it exactly? 13.12? The one here?


Or the newer one?

4) Do you get this error before you even load a model? Or does this happen when cura tries to slice? Do you still get the 3d view?


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