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Archicad 13 - 3D explorer bug (falling)

Anonymous
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Hello,

Please check the video screen capture i made from the bug of the 3D explorer, the cam is falling


http://www.courtens.be/archicad/bug-archicad-13.mpg 9Mb

thx for help

Archicad 13 FR
Nvidia quadro FX 1800 last drivers
Windows XP
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Laszlo Nagy
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If you mean that the Camera does not show anything of the Mesh when it is inside the Mesh's body: I am not sure that is a bug. Rather a feature, it has been working like that for versions.
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Anonymous
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no, the camera is just falling down continuously, like no ground.
Anonymous
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That video is not opening for me, however, the first thing i would check is if it was a hardware issue. could the page down key be stuck?
Laszlo Nagy
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ab6nix wrote:
no, the camera is just falling down continuously, like no ground.
OK, I get it now.
So you are moving in a direction and that direction suddenly changes into vertical.
There are two possibilities:
1. You accidentally pushed the keyboard shortcut for going downward. This is the C key by default in the INT version which is very close to the WASD keys used for navigation. The reason I think this may be the case is because in the video the camera was moving downward at your first attempt, but not moving at the second.
2. It is really a bug. If you think that is the case you should report it to your local reseller.
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