On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 6:15 AM Miro Hrončok <mhroncok@redhat.com> wrote:
On 24. 12. 20 22:56, Fulko Hew wrote:
> I've recently had to upgrade to F33, and the associated releases of freeCad and
> Cura.
> While trying v4.7.1 of Cura (for the first time), I've loaded an STL file and
> told it
> to slice.  When done, I copied the gcode to my USB, and started my (Anet A6) printer
> going.  I saw it start the first layer in a completely different manner than I was
> used to (with the Cura I had with F26), so I wanted to see it layer by layer.
> I presume, that's what the 'preview' function now does.
> When I click it, Cura crashes.
> Eventually, some kind of Fedora crash reporter pops up, and its details show:
> reason           python3.9 killed by SIGSEGV
> crash_function   QQukckItem::setSize(QSizeF const&)

Could you please start cura from console, reproduce the crash and report back
what you got in the log?

The log file is attached.
Invocation: $ cura covid_top.stl

Please note that I also see the following symptom:

When I click on the printer setting near the top right of the window
the menu appears, but:
a) the 'Custom >' menu appears to the right of the 'X' (close window) button.
   Not at the bottom of the popup, as I've seen in other screenshots.
b) I can't click on it,
c) I don't see any way of getting a window/menu that contains any of the advanced
   configuration options.
   The menu only shows (basic): Profiles, Infill, Support, Adhesion options.