I recently upgraded to a Windows 10 PC. Running SW2017 still.
When I use the Measure tool, the font in the flyout boxes is grainy, and the font in the Measure dialog box is clear. Is there a way to clean that up?
Here are some suggestions...
Bret Hekking - SOLIDWORKS User Experience
Thanks for the suggestions.
1. ClearType is wanting to calibrate all text on my desktop. The only text that has the issue is the measure flyout boxes.
2. The mousewheel works on the text in the Measure dialog itself, but that text isn't where the trouble is, it's the text in the on-screen flyout boxes. The ones with the individual X, Y Z and absolute distances in them.
3. I'm running SW 2017.
Hi Steve -
Gotcha. I suspect that this is a graphics driver or settings issue. Seetharam Misro, one of our chief UI developers, tells me that the flyout boxes are generated by OpenGL, a rendering technology built into your graphics card. Assuming your graphics driver is already up-to-date, you could try changing the OpenGL settings for your graphics card to see if that makes a difference.
Hope this helps,
Any change you are using and RTX graphics card? If so, others including myself have reported problems:
Bad Aliasing with SOLIDWORKS 2020 and Quadro RTX4000
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