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Barry wrote:Thanks for your answers.
I know you say you have checked the 3D styles.
But can you see the 3D if you switch to the 'Vectorial Engine' in 3D styles rather than 'OpenGL'?
Barry wrote:I could see many walls and object if I isolated them in 3D but when I was selecting all the model, including the two infinite walls would cause the error and everything was dissapearing.
Glad you found the answer.
It seemed odd that you could see one wall in OpenGL but not all.
I had no idea the vectorial engine would show you the problem - I was wondering if it was a video card or driver issue.
In the case above, they switched from viewing the 3D window with the Hardware (OpenGL) engine to the Vectorial engine.
I am not sure why that would work, but it seems it did.
The original question mentioned nothing could be seen in 3D, and by switching to the Vectorial engine is just a way to see if there is a problem with the graphics card (OpenGL issue).
So I am not sure if this will help you find 'infinite' walls.
Generally you would see them in plan or 3D if you turn all layers on.
Thank you kindly for your reply. The issue I find on those files is that as soon as I type zoom extend, on the 3D view window, everything dissapear. I have to get back to the store 3D views to rotate and find the building again.