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Cura Tool Path Display Issue

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I have a problem with Cura "flaring" the layer view when the tool path is loaded. It renders the layer view somewhat unusable.

Before the tool path gets loaded,it looks fine:

Before Tool Path Load

When the tool path is rendered, it is flared out and overlaps itself smear out the actual path:

After Tool Path Load 1

 

Here is the behavior a little lower:

After Tool Path Load 2

I originally thought that the entire layer view was broken and was suspecting that I had a video driver problem. However, I just noticed that the display is fine before the tool path is loaded. I think this makes it less likely to be a driver problem but it could be driver problem as my video card is somewhat old and the driver hasn't been updated in a while.

Anyone else see this? Any suggestions on how to determine if it is Cura or the video driver?

 

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