Machine Settings screen after application launch shows a default value under Gantry Height of "99999999999" and the value text is running over the "mm" at the end of the text box.
@Yahuba and @alexei : This 999999999 value comes from Cura2/resources/definitions/fdmprinter.def.json line 429 "gantry_height" "default_value". I may place some other nice number there, 0, for example, BUT in other printers profiles where don't have "gantry_height" "default_value" defined. It looks to me that this 999999999 is a warning sign for adding proper values in printer's profiles. Please, advice, which way we want to go. If we need add "gantry_height" "default_value" in other profiles what should I add?
Quick update on this ticket: Was testing 2.6.21 on Debian Stretch and the Machine Settings page has even more extensive formatting with field boxes laid over each other. Connection Settings seem to be overlapping with Print Head Settings.
I was just able to replicate this issue in vs 2.6.25 in Ubuntu (Zesty) at 1920x1080 resolution. If you maximize the window, the field formatting issues get corrected but the gantry height field is still defaulted to the "99999999999" that runs over the measurement value. I have attached an images of the reduced window and the expanded window.
Was just testing in 2.6.25 in Win 7 and did not experience the overlapped fields however the gantry height numbers (99999999999) are still running into the "mm" as seen in the images attached to this ticket.