It's been the case since I got this new laptop a year ago - when I turn a part to transparent (either through "change transparency" or if it's automatic through another function like mate) the ghosted images (or cascading images) show up all over the screen. I can move the part around and it gets worse. And if I change the part back to solid it goes away immediately. But if I change a part back to transparent it goes back to the previously ghosted image. It even shows the same cascading I might have made from the previous glitch session. It happens in both my 2016 and 2018 installation. And it happens if I'm using the laptop screen, a direct plugged monitor, or a monitor through my docking station. Images attached. This does not happen EVERY time, but once it starts happening during a session it's consistent. Occasionally a restart will make it go away for a little while - but always eventually starts up again.
Went through with Dell support twice, they ran a bunch of tests on my system and say everything checks out. I've been a SW user for 10 years and never had this issue.
I'll be grateful for a solution as it's pretty debilitating not being able to use transparencies.
Precision 7510, Windows 10, 16GB RAM
Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6820HQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
AMD FirePro W5170M
Message was edited by: Brian Eastman "Corrected Graphics Card name"