The drawing registry setting is disabling technique which simulates reflections from a light source. The attached part of 'Stainless steel' material is simulating 'totally lustrous' material (like a mirror) by rendering a reflection of an image of the ambient environment. In this case, you can always override body color to one which is not lustruos. If you want a more generic reflective image in the part/drawing, you can select Application Options->Color->ReflectiveEnvironment->Filename:Ch
Is there a solution also for Inventor 2013?
I've tried to add the key in
But it doesn't work.
Thanks a lot.
We have tested the option on Inventor 2013 and seems the registry setting works fine. However, after replacing the Inventor Color Styles by Appearances, the option does not have any effect as the IDW showed without reflections regardless this option. There are many changes in Inventor 2013 about materials and appearences, so there may be reflections removed for different appearences or could be dataset related only.
Can you post a part where you could not get the reflections removed?
The material used in your example is a polished material. Inventor shows reflections of the ambient environment. It's not related to specular color setting. Please see my post above, explaining similar example. In this case, the specular color setting does not have effect.
The registry edit had an effect on the appearance of my sticker with Inventor 2013.
However, I get a kind of light grey instead of the white that is set on the ipt.
Changing or modify the lighting styles has no effect at all.
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