I loaded trueview 2012 and 2013, 32 and 64 bit on several computers. On some computers, transparent layer objects (like walls) display stippled, instead of a smooth homogeneous color.
Is there a way I can fix this?
I searched on the subject for a couple hours and could not find an answer.
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Thank you for your response.
For this reply, I am using the exact same file.
The first attachment, "screen print from autocad 2011 bp ll.png", is a screen print from a remote session,screen resolution 1364x768, I asked for a 24 bt true color resolution. Windows 7 64.
The second attachment, "nv57h94u.png",is a screen print from Gateway nv57h94u, screen resolution 1366x768, 32 bit true color. This is the same system used to remote into the system above. Windows 7 64.
The third attachment "bp ll screen print compaq.png", is a screen print from a CompaQ Presario amd based 64 bit os, screen resolution 1920x1080, 32 bit true color. Windows 7 64.
I also have 2 I5 760's with an Nvidia GeForce 210 running 32 bit XP, one that shows no stippling using Trueview 2012 and one that does. I can get the screen resoutions if you want them.
Thank you for your help.
I found an answer
Actually, there is a setting in TrueView that controls transparency quality under Manual Performance tuning, which I set to High (Slower).
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