I can't tell you which version of Cura I am using (I launch it from within Repetier Host), but it sounds about right.
I also can't tell you if this is "the" best way to fix the problem, but it should work.
In the Cura configuration pages find the "Start Code" window and make the text in it to look like this-
You will have to do this for every single combination of Cura settings you have.
Add them to the Start Code section of the Printer Settings and make sure to delete or comment out (add a ; to the start of the text line) the G28 code in the Cura setups-
This should be applied to any setup you run automatically (so you don't have to edit each one).
Configure the Printer Shape section of the Printer Settings to look like this and make sure to delete or comment out (add a ; to the start of the text line) the G28 code in the Cura setups-
This also should be applied to any setup you run automatically (so you don't have to edit each one).
Be sure to "Apply" or "Save" any changes you make otherwise they will be lost.
I don't run Cura independently so I can't take screen shots of it as a stand-alone.
Try doing one of the things above (but only one at a time) until your problem is solved.
Create or find a tiny object (like an XYZ test cube) to slice and print as a test and be ready to hit the emergency stop button on the display.
And of course undo any changes you made before trying the next thing if needed.
I hope this helps.