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- Oct 13 2015, 9:16 AM (113 w, 3 d)
Most probably happening because of OpenGL shaders bug T1436 that was fixed.
Looks like a duplicate of T1458
Wed, Dec 13
Yes, for me it's happening when merging models for dualextruders. But the fix is easy: just change Z coordinate.
Looks like a duplicate of T1461
Tue, Dec 12
Mon, Dec 11
Sun, Dec 10
We're using numpy-stl for loading the STL files in CuraLE.
This issue should be solved first before it works as the CuraLE standard (slower) STL handling:
Fri, Dec 8
These are hexdumps of your files:
I think we might've fixed OpenGL4.1 shader problems. Could you try this:
And let us know if the problem is still present or not.
I think we fixed OpenGL4.1 shaders problems for Nvidia.
Could you please try and see if this:
would work for you.
@tremosian , Could you please attach Cura log file for the crash?
@karrad: Did you check that warning text is what we want? I think this one can be closed as resolved.
Thank you for the log file it was very useful.
I think we fixed the OpenGL4.1 shader problems, so please try this version:
Thu, Dec 7
Tue, Dec 5
Ah, I see you are on the latest Nvidia Driver already
Release Date: 2017.11.30
You have this in your logs:
The discussion here is as wide as it gets.
Fri, Dec 1
Thu, Nov 30
@marcio , could you please check what is going on here?
Wed, Nov 29
I think we fixed all of the reported USB plugin errors on @DaniAO computer. And now everybody start to see this jittering issue with > v2.6.53. Since everything was OK for v2.6.52
we do suspect that this commit rCTc0b4f8ea86805294bde6f1a04b4f54f1dc2eb387 broke USB functionality.
UM.Backend.Backend._onSocketError : Socket was unable to bind to port, increasing port number to 49675
Indicates that there was another CuraEngine running (which might be prev CuraLE or CuraLegacy leftover... So moving this to backlog.
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