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Bug in 14.05-RC2

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I don't wan't to spam the main Cura forum, is there a place we can submit bugs for the beta versions? In the 14.05-RC2, I have this bug that when it starts computing the slices, sometimes the display freeze and it's only refreshed within a tiny area. Seems to happen if I edit some field or if tooltips are displayed. To restore things I need to maximize/minimize the window or switch between the Basic/Advanced/Plugins tabs to force a global refresh

Windows 7 Pro-32 bit, NVidia card.




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As far as I know, that's a driver bug which can be fixed by updating the video card driver (atleast, that's how I fixed it on my laptop)


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Sorry for highjacking the topic a bit... Daid, you recently fixed the bug where an G92 led to a shifted display of the uppermost layers in layer view. It seems that there are also other gcodes causing a similar effect:

Shifted Layers in Cura 14.05-RC2

I found that this one was caused by an M200...


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