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Cannot view 3D PCB because of "The board sketch has rolled out, please roll forward it before update" warning

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vedantpGPYTW
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Cannot view 3D PCB because of "The board sketch has rolled out, please roll forward it before update" warning

I encounter this warning when I try to view the 2d pcb in 3d, and I have no idea what is causing this warning. This is causing the 3d PCB screen to display nothing. Here is a screenshot of my 2d PCB:

vedantpGPYTW_0-1618958263054.png

 

 I have absolutely no idea what is causing this warning as the warning message is not very helpful. What are some solutions to solve this as the version that I could see the 3D PCB was at the very beginning when I had just placed all the parts on the PCB (without any organization)

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Hi @vedantpGPYTW ,

 

I hope you're doing well. I don't know if it's outside the view of the screenshot but it looks like you don't have a board outline. Without a board outline the 3D PCB won't have a frame to work with and won't be able to display a 3D PCB. With that said we have received other reports of this and those are being explored right now.

 

Any and all information you can provide will be helpful in tracking this down.

 

Best Regards,



Jorge Garcia
​Product Support Specialist for Fusion 360 and EAGLE

Kudos are much appreciated if the information I have shared is helpful to you and/or others.

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Yes I have the board outline, it was just out of frame:

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