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By AdamVlcak
#303605
Hi,

Did someone had to deal with misplacement of snap points of 3D object? Do you have any suggestions what could be wrong with my .pln file? I am unable to accurately manipulate with all 3D objects. This problem occured randomly. This for example is custom made truss profile I made. I am able to further edit all of my objects in 2D mode but this bugs me everytime I try to do something in 3D.

Thank you in advance

Tomas
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archicad - graficka chyba v 3D .png
#303616
This is what I would try.
Switch from the OpenGL engine to the Internal (Vectorial) engine in 3D to see if that makes a difference (not sure if it will).
Update your video drivers and restart your machine.

Barry.
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By Barry Kelly
#303630
mikas wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 8:36 am
Or You might have your model too far from the project origin.

Of course.
I always forget about that as I always model right next to the project origin.

Barry.
By AdamVlcak
#303641
I did change openGL to vector engine and it works! But is there any way how to....perhaps reset openGL settings? I do prefer working in opneGL over v.e.
I also tried to change position of 0,0,0 but it did not worked.
Thank you guys for your replies.
(openGL on left, vector engine on right)
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open gl.PNG
vector engine.PNG
Last edited by AdamVlcak on Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:31 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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By Barry Kelly
#303667
As Erwin said, you will need to move the model close to the default project origin, not move the origin to the model as that is just a 'user' origin - the real project origin that everything is calculated from is still too far away.

If that doesn't work then I would say it is an OpenGL issue.
Try the driver update (and restart your machine).

Barry.