[3dprinter-general] Bug#956811: Bug#956811: Bug#956811: Confirmed

Riccardo Gagliarducci riccardo at brixel.it
Fri Jan 22 01:21:37 GMT 2021

Thank you Gregor,
I'm using Appimage (which works fine).
I plan to switch to Bullseye very soon: I will definitely try the package and post the results here.

However, I find these reports interesting: at least it is known that there is a problem with this package.
I've been using Debian for years, but I don't know what the package management policies are, I'd just like to point out
that right now, the package is useless.

If I try to run cura using:

I get a some warnings and the UI is still broken: https://www.brixelstudio.it/Cura.png

Thank you,

ps. I accidentally sent my personal data in a previous e-mail: I wrote to owner at ... is it right? Who can I contact to
delete my phone number? Thanks!

On Thu, 21 Jan 2021 20:39:32 +0100 Gregor Riepl <onitake at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The stable debian Buster is shipping a very old version...
> > https://packages.debian.org/buster/cura
> Well... I'm sorry to say, but it's very, very unlikely that buster will
> receive an updated Cura version. New package versions usually land in
> sid and testing, and a new Debian stable release will happen later this
> year anyway.
> If you'd like to run a current version of Cura (that works a little bit
> better than the outdated one in buster), I warmly recommend that you
> update to bullseye now and help with testing. As a matter of fact, I
> think Debian testing is much more suited for desktop use than stable.
> If you just want to "make it work", you can use the AppImage provided by
> UltiMaker, of course.
> That being said, the rendering issue is still present in 4.8. If the
> upstream patch won't help, we'll have to go back and see if anything can
> be done on the Debian side.
> In the meantime, can you try running Cura with the theme override I
> mentioned? Perhaps it will help for now.

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