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I've just purchased the ultimaker 2 and downloaded Cura for a Mac. Apparently there are meant to be buttons at the bottom left to change scale etc, but they don't appear on mine when I load a file. Has anyone come across this or know how to fix it?

Any help would be great! Thanks in advance!



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Hi Chris

Welcome to the forum always nice to see more uk users. I use both the pc and mac version without a problem so may be worth a restart as illuminati says.

Hopefully may catch up with some of you southerners at the 3d print show.

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Hi all,

Thanks for all your replies! I'm really sorry that I haven't replied to them. I've been travelling and on the hunt for a new job and so everything got put on the back burner!

I've purchased a new PC and it doesn't appear to to be an issue on this, which is great :)! Skint, the Red Lion is great pub, had a few too many in there myself on a number of occasions!

Thanks all again.



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