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Posted (edited) · Question regarding Display driver

Ever since I upgraded to Cura 10 I have not been able to use or view the preview feature of Cura slicer.
I believe I have all the setting in teh software correct and it is important to note that ONLY X-Ray view is available as an option
I thought this issue would be resolved with 4.11 but to no avail.

I suspect the issue is with my PC display driver which leads me to this question.

Do you possibly know if Cura 4.10 and later is compatible with the AMD Radeon R5 200 series of display cards and if so, do you possible know which device driver is required for this display card and be able to handle the preview option on Cura

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    Posted (edited) · Question regarding Display driver

    Your GPU should suffice.

     

    You may have disabled the plugin that handles the layer view ("preview"). Go to the "Installed" tab of the Marketplace and scroll down to the "Simulation View". Make sure the checkmark in front of it is checked.

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    Posted · Question regarding Display driver
    50 minutes ago, Robair said:

    I thought this issue would be resolved with 4.11 but to no avail.

    We don't automatically learn about issues with Cura. If you don't report issues, the chances are pretty high that they are not fixed.

     

     

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    Posted · Question regarding Display driver
    42 minutes ago, ahoeben said:

    Your GPU should suffice.

     

    You may have disabled the plugin that handles the layer view ("preview"). Go to the "Installed" tab of the Marketplace and scroll down to the "Simulation View". Make sure the checkmark in front of it is checked.

    Absolutely brilliant!
    Thank you very much
    That was the problem.

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    Posted · Question regarding Display driver
    10 minutes ago, nallath said:

    We don't automatically learn about issues with Cura. If you don't report issues, the chances are pretty high that they are not fixed.

     

     

    I totally understand.
    Fortunately ahoeben answered the question for me
    Thanks for responding anyway.

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