[3dprinter-general] Bug#956811: Bug#956811: Confirmed
onitake at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 20:48:17 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.
It's an unfortunate situation that is in part caused by the custom
widget library that Ultimaker built for Cura. While the widgets look
nice, they cause problems when the underlying Qt library is configured
in a way the Cura widgets aren't expecting it. This is more likely to
happen when Qt is used for more than just Cura or updated by the
system's native package manager.
I'm not sure what happened to buster, Cura 3.x was still working when we
introduced it 2 (or 3?) years ago.
> If I try to run cura using: QT_QUICK_CONTROLS_STYLE=material cura
> I get a some warnings and the UI is still broken:
Just to clarify: This is with 3.x, correct?
I don't really know what the issue could be there and it's a bit
difficult for me to test.
If you can, please run Cura from the command line and post the output.
Cura prints a lot of debug messages, they should help with debugging the
> 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!
Your mail went to 956811 at bugs.debian.org and, consequently, to
3dprinter-general at alioth-lists.debian.net .
You could try contacting the admins listed on
https://alioth-lists.debian.net/ and https://www.debian.org/Bugs/ -
perhaps they can help.
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