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Materials appear

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11-19-2007 07:45 AM
Hi,

when I export a textured 3d model to dwf and open it in Design Review the faces appear completely white from certain angles (as if there is no texture applied). Is there something I need to do in AutoCad before I export to avoid or reduce this or can it be fixed within Design Review

Many thanks

John Q.
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Re: Materials appear

12-13-2007 03:45 AM in reply to: TripJs
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Hi, anybody know if this is normal and do I just have to live with it or can I do anything to at least reduce the "washout" effect. It helps a litlle if I change the lights in ADR to "primary" but the model still appears white when you look directly at the faces (see attached pic)

Anybody any comments / ideas?

Thanks

John Q.
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Re: Materials appear

02-28-2008 09:41 AM in reply to: TripJs
I replied to this thread in the other discussion group.

wrote in message news:5800104@discussion.autodesk.com...
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Hi, anybody know if this is normal and do I just have to live with it or can
I do anything to at least reduce the "washout" effect. It helps a litlle if
I change the lights in ADR to "primary" but the model still appears white
when you look directly at the faces (see attached pic)

Anybody any comments / ideas?

Thanks

John Q.
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Re: Materials appear

12-11-2009 05:31 AM in reply to: TripJs
Which forum Joseph?

I am having the same problem. Is it possible to set Primary Lights as a permenant setting (rather than having to set the lights to primary every time a DWF is opened) in Design Review 2010?
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