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flavia505
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Hi, when I put my drawing in 3d view and move the mouse scroll, it has a different appearance, similar to structures. How can I make my 3d look normal and get it out of structure? 

 

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Gerry Leonor
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change it to Simple Shading

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you can then move around the model (walkthrough or axo-orbit) without having to temporarily switch from full model to wireframe then back to full model.

the non-Vectorial 3D views, such as the Simple Shading, also allows you to move around the model much smoother than compared to Vectorial views.

You'll only ever need Vectorial views for specific reasons. but for normal model exploring -- go with the any of the non-Vectorial views, specifically Simple Shading.

AC22 | Win10 | 64 bit | 16Gb RAM |Intel i7 8700 @ 3.20Ghz

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Gerry Leonor
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it looks like you're 3D Styles is set to Simple Shading (Vectorial). scrolling your mousewheel or panning (holding the middle mousewheel & moving the mouse) will temporarily make your model be in Wireframe mode while during the operation. it comes back to the Simple Shading (Vectorial) view as soon as you finish moving around the model.

AC22 | Win10 | 64 bit | 16Gb RAM |Intel i7 8700 @ 3.20Ghz

flavia505
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Hi, thank you.
And how can i change this wireframe so when i move the scroll, the 3d will still have the same characteristic? without wireframe.

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Gerry Leonor
Advocate

change it to Simple Shading

GerardLeonor_0-1637707212228.png

 

you can then move around the model (walkthrough or axo-orbit) without having to temporarily switch from full model to wireframe then back to full model.

the non-Vectorial 3D views, such as the Simple Shading, also allows you to move around the model much smoother than compared to Vectorial views.

You'll only ever need Vectorial views for specific reasons. but for normal model exploring -- go with the any of the non-Vectorial views, specifically Simple Shading.

AC22 | Win10 | 64 bit | 16Gb RAM |Intel i7 8700 @ 3.20Ghz

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