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tcombs
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view cube ghost

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02-01-2013 02:03 PM

I have an annoying quirk.  When working in 3D, the view cube in the upper right corner creates a ghost image.  If I rotate the view, the original plan orientation stays layered on top of the current view.  When I click on the cube, the current orientation is what is chosen, but the layered effect is a little confusing and annoying.  Anyone have an idea of how to get rid of this?

Here is a snapshot of what the view cube looks like:

Move cube ghost.PNG

I am working with AutoCAD 2013 on a Dell Precision T3500 (Windows 7, 64bit OS) with an ATI FirePro V5700 graphics card and 6GB RAM.  I just checked to see if I had the latest driver and the Cadalyst control center says I do. 

Thanks

Tim

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edwin.prakoso
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Re: view cube ghost

02-03-2013 10:01 PM in reply to: tcombs

From my experience, the latest driver doesn't always work better.

 

Try to download and use tested driver from Autodesk website: http://autodesk.com/hardware

The certified driver release there is 8.85.7.1 [8.17.10.1077].

 

Kind regards,
Edwin Prakoso | www.cad-notes.com | @CADnotes

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tcombs
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Re: view cube ghost

02-04-2013 08:48 AM in reply to: edwin.prakoso

That seems to do the trick.

Thanks!

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