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 3D_viewing problem 

Last post Wed, Oct 31 2012 2:58 PM by mwnyland. 2 replies.
Started by mwnyland 30 Oct 2012 02:43 PM. Topic has 2 replies and 641 views
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  • Tue, Oct 30 2012 2:43 PM

    • mwnyland
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    3D_viewing problem Reply

    Hi All,

     16.5 .S027 having a problem in the 3D view not showing the Z axis. Think it was working on earlier version, don't remember, but not working now. Open GL is enabled not sure where else to look. Free_viewer not showing 3D either.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Mike

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  • Tue, Oct 30 2012 11:01 PM

    • Ejlersen
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    Re: 3D_viewing problem Reply

    Hi

    This is an issue with s027 and s026.

    It actually does work, the workaround is to change visibility of something inside PCB Editor.

    or even better, download the latest hotfix and it is fixed.

    Best regards

    Ole

    Best regards Ole
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  • Wed, Oct 31 2012 2:58 PM

    • mwnyland
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    Re: 3D_viewing problem Reply

    Hi Ole,

    Thanks for the reply. In your statement above you mentioned "to change visibility of somethiing inside the PCB Editor". Do you know what the "something" is? I did find some info on using Package_Keepout for the height but I have all the heights defined on Place_Bound_Top. I did an experiment and created a shape on Pkg_Keepout with Max_Height and it did show up in the 3D viewer.

    I need to get with my tools person for the latest download in the future.

    Thanks

    Mike

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