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Posted · GUI Box in 12.07

When I bring a model into 12.07 the Box Frame in the GUI almost completely disappears to the bottom. The only way I can view the model is from the Top view and it is far far away. When I rotate it too a side view the only thing that shows is the Top of Box the model sits in. This happens with every model I bring into it. I reinstalled 12.07 several times but the same thing occurs. When I load the same models into Cura4 it comes in perfect. The Box Frame sits a quarter way up from the bottom of the window and can easily be rotated to view the model. Any ideas or suggestions what I could try in 12.07 to fix this? Thanks...!

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    Posted · GUI Box in 12.07

    yea its really strange, been using .07 for a while, loaded a model and all of a sudden it jumps out of view...like the pivot point from the center of the box jumped to above, and way out, from the box. I am using xp pro and no, haven't tried .08 but will.....will let ya know what happens....Thxs...!!

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    Posted · GUI Box in 12.07

    welp, iam going in the wrong direction here...loaded up .08 & when I click on the Batch file or Printrun, the black dos box comes up for only a few mil seconds then disapears....unistalled it and tried again but same thing....guess i'll just stick with Cura4 for now, its doing a great job...thxs again for the help...!

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