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Appearance Gallery Black Boxes

(OP)
I can no longer see the colored spheres in the appearance gallery when selecting the color of a part or feature. I've attached an image of what it looks like. It definitely makes it difficult to assign colors! Does anyone know how to fix this? I haven't changed anything on my graphics card or is this a setting in ProE?

RE: Appearance Gallery Black Boxes

I would restart Pro/E and if that doesn't work, reboot. That's what IT always tells me!2thumbsup

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The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: Appearance Gallery Black Boxes

(OP)
Tried that a number of times, unsuccessfully (including the usual ProE crashes) and then updated my video card driver. That did the trick.

RE: Appearance Gallery Black Boxes

Hi Guys,

Just spoken with my PTC supplier. Manage to solve the same issue as you. You have to change the config.pro
1. Go to File>Options>Configuration Editors
2. Go to color_windows
3. If the value is one_window, change it to all_windows
4. Click ok and save to your current config.pro

Regards,

Efendy

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