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Printing Screen UI Messed up

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I'm attaching a screenshot of what my "Printing" screen looks like. This has happened on 2 Macs running the latest OSX.

This issue is probably due to an older library or something, but WHAT do I need to update to get rid of this problem?

It makes Cura almost unusable.

Thanks!

Cura Bug screenshot

edit by gr: Made picture embedded instead of gallery for easier viewing.

 

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Latest version, 14.03

When I choose "Print With USB", that is the window that pops up. I can still print, because the "Connect" and "Print" buttons show up. However, I can't do anything else because the rest of the UI is all mashed together.

 

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Hopefully Daid will answer the question. But FYI...

Recently Daid took out most of the features from the print window and now people can create their own "plug in" print windows. There are already a few you can download and try out. I have an ulticontroller so I haven't played with this yet.

I'm not sure where you get these plugin guis.

 

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