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Trouble getting to Fix Horrible settings

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This may be me missing something really silly, but I can't find the fix horrible setting in the expert window because they don't fit on the screen.

The only possible way I have found is rotating the screen but that is an obvious annoyance being that I have to attempt to navigate with the screen flipped.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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I figured it out by shrinking a Windows 8.1 VM display below 1024x768.

The tab indexes are in proper order in Cura. Use tab (or Enter) to advance to the next field (or add Shift to go in reverse). The - and = keys will uncheck and check respectively, the currently selected checkbox.

I assumed you were running a flavor of Windows.. if you are on OS X, the checkboxes cannot be accessed via the keyboard.

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I figured it out by shrinking a Windows 8.1 VM display below 1024x768.

The tab indexes are in proper order in Cura. Use tab (or Enter) to advance to the next field (or add Shift to go in reverse). The - and = keys will uncheck and check respectively, the currently selected checkbox I assumed you were running a flavor of Windows.. if you are on OS X, the checkboxes cannot be accessed via the keyboard.

I am running Ubuntu. And thank, that should help in the process of checking items only problem left is that I can't see what I am checking :)

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Did you figure out how to access the settings in Ubuntu (14.04LTS here)? The window layout is quite strange compared to Windows or OS X and the lack of proper keyboard shortcuts makes accessing those settings impossible (with low screen resolution) from what I could tell.

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