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Shaded Graphics lost during dynamic rotate

Shaded Graphics lost during dynamic rotate

Shaded Graphics lost during dynamic rotate

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Does anyonw know what settings cause Catia V4R22 to show only a bounding box during rotate and pan? The shaded view turns to a wireframe bounding box as soon as right mouse button is pressed, and re-shaded once the view is in its new position,

any help much appreciated,

regards

Stephen (scottrell@lotuscars.co.uk)

RE: Shaded Graphics lost during dynamic rotate

Hi Stephen

I'm not shure since I'm not sitting in front of a CATIA workstation. But I would have a look in the settings by calling "/setup" in the command line. Another idea is the local window which pops up when you press F4.

If this does not help you have to wait until Feb.7, that's when I return to work. Then I will search CATIA myself.

Regards
Valentin

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