In "shaded with edges" display I can see lines that are not supposed to show, eg. edges behind a solid face, etc. Parts and faces don't look really solid. I can see through. Any idea? Using SW2006.
Are the 'see-through' parts thin? If so that is a bug which has existed for many (all ?) versions.
If you zoom in, the edges should disappear.
Right-click My Computer > Properties > Hardware > Device Manager > Display Adaptor
Start > Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager > Display Adaptor
wow 2006....what service pack, video card, operating system...99% of the time it's graphics issues
and if you are using 2006 on a new OS like vista may cause issues because vista wasn't even invented yet!
The large assembly mode is unchecked.
The word document is the screen capture from Solidworks, the jpg file is the file created when Save as jpg from SW.
The one I sent in Word is a PrintScreen.
18-Nov-2009 1:56 PMThe word document is the screen capture from Solidworks, the jpg file is the file created when Save as jpg from SW.
18-Nov-2009 4:03 PMThe one I sent in Word is a PrintScreen.
OK, so which is correct? SW File > Save as > JPG or keyboard PrintScreen ?
Do you get the same result with either method?
Have you tried other screen grabber utilites?
Sorry for the confusion, but as you can see from the previously attached files, the jpg is correct and the word document (Print Screen) is the bad one. I am thinking maybe all this issue is related to the assembly itself. Anyway, it probably won't matter as long as the output (jpg or animation) is correct.
I had the same problem, looking thru other forums I found the following solution that worked for me:
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