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Max right click menue not appearing

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04-09-2012 06:57 PM

I don't know what happened. Yesterday I was working on max using the hair a fur modifery to try and test out something when I noticed somethign strange. When I right clicked in the view port to bring up the options (exsample cut, convert to polygon, hide, fezze ect.) it wouldn't come up. Hears what I've tried. Reinstal max, get a copy of the default interface from a school computer and tried loading that, turning off windows 7 's background color transparancy, removing all things installed right before the problem, run a system check for errors, a viruse scan and right now I'm trying a full restore from a back up. I don't know what's going on. I suspected that my graphic's card drive might be the caulprate but I checked that as well and it says that its all clear. I took the files that had the problem to other computers and they had no issue. It doesn't matter what file I load either this is universal. I can start with a blank file and the right click view port menue won't come up. I'm at a loss no one knows whats going on. Can anyone out their tell me what might be the problem?


Detailed discription:


Launch 3ds max. Go to any view port upon launch. Right click in view port and no menue comes up.



student 2012




Windows 7 64 bit



8 gigs


Graphics card:




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Re: Max right click menue not appearing

04-10-2012 03:29 AM in reply to: silvermirror

Wrong forum...

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Re: Max right click menue not appearing

04-10-2012 02:44 PM in reply to: silvermirror

The 3ds MAX forums can be found on the AREA.

You will find better answers there than in this Autodesk Inventor discussion board here is the direct link



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