I have a second orientation triad over my origin when I am trying to sketch. It's not a deal breaker, but it's annoying, since I already have one in the corner.
Anyone know how to make the second one, over the origin, go away?
I'm not sure why it is sitting there, so could be a graphics glitch. So close and restart SOLIDWORKS and check if it is still there? If yes then can you select it?
Yeah, it's still there after restarting. And no, I can't click it. It's just damn annoying! lol.
Edit: It was still there after restarting just Solidworks. See my later comment about success with restarting my machine.
I'm inclined to agree with you now. I shut down for the weekend and here it is Monday, booted up my PC, along with Solidworks, and now the duplicate triad is gone. Just the origin as it should be. So I think that you may be right.
Question now; is it a graphic issue with Solidworks itself for my graphics card? Honestly, it's not the end of the world, so I'll probably put it very low on my priority list because I have jobs that i need to get out, but if anyone has any additional thoughts, I'd still like to hear them.
Chris, I'm sure it is neither your SOLIDWORKS no graphics card but a window glitch. In case you see it repeatedly then please report to your VAR.
Just as a matter of interest, what OS, SW version, card & driver are you using?
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
SW 2017 Pro
Quadro K2100M graphics card
driven by NVIDIA, using 2 monitors (the built in on my laptop and an HP 2711x (If I get really cocky, I'll run 3 monitors, but with 2 or 3, i'll still get the double triad either way))
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