Shaded Drawing views of assembly are in black and white, how do you get these views in colour as per the assembly model ?
Do you have the real view graphics turned on in your model?
Take a look at this thread. It may speak to your issue.
You should add the colour in assembly mode
Welcome to the forum. I've been looking and I can't find a setting that would cause a shaded drawing view to be a different color in a drawing than the model colors, though I may have overlooked something. Assuming that the model is the desired color, the only thing I can think of is a graphics card issue. Have you looked at a print preview to see what color that shows? Can you attach the files? Click on "Use advanced editor" at the top right to attach files. Be sure to include the drawing and model.
I had a look at some other assemblies in drawing views and noticed some are in the right colour and some have some components in colour and some not?
Seems as though it may be some set up or setting in parts/assemblies or drawing?
Another strange thing is I logged on from home via internet remote desktop on my laptop, I do not have solidworks at home so this method I use sometimes but it is slow. Anyway the same drawing I can only read in black and white at work came up in colour via remote desktop and I was able to create a pdf document in colour?
Welcome to the forum.
What are your display states set to?
Can you post some images of what you are seeing?
Another strange thing is I logged on from home via internet remote desktop on my laptop, I do not have solidworks at home so this method I use sometimes but it is slow. Anyway the same drawing I sent you came up in colour and I was able to create a pdf document in colour?
This solved the problem, all good now and drawing are viewing with all components coloured
Really glad this fixed the problem.
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