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Cura 15.02.1 problem does not process slicing can't open user configuration file

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donwloaded Cura 15.02.1

deinstalled Curu 14.09.

then installed Cura 15.02.1

loaded *.DAE-file

object is shown in normal view but Cura says printing time 0

and in the slice-view there is nothing.

Very good "imrpoved" version of Cura.

Just rolled back to 14.09

Can you add a feature to version 15.02.2 that it will only popup a message

new version available if 10.000 users have given feedback

"new version works successfully with no bugs" ?

I hate this make it betterworse worsebetter versions.



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Hi Bagel,


I could try to help you locate the problem you are having, but your attitude doesn't please me.


Aha. Hm - are you one of the developpers and feel personal offended?

This forum is for free and everybody is free to help or not.

I'm just a hobbyist and I want to be productive. It's not my hobby to analyse

why a new version doesn't work. I'm glad that there are people with the hobby of improving opensource-software.

I took a DAE-file that worked in 14.09 and loaded it into 15.02.1 and it did not work.

So Version 15.02.1 has a change that makes it no longer work for me. Whatever it is.

Cura is developed and maintained by Ultimaker. To me Ultimaker seems to be a professional company.

And from a professional company I expect that they do intensive testing before releasing a new version.

Maybe I should have made clear in the titel that my posting is meant as an honest feedback about what I experienced using the new version.

If the developpers add a feature that can zip and mail logfiles (beginning at the installation-process) I could provide informations at a low effort.

I read what's new in Version 15.02.1. In my personal opinion the difference is small. So I'm happy to stay with version 14.09 until a new version is available and then testing the new version.

best regards



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