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Component Color Cycling produces wireframe

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Message 1 of 9
troy.salmon0
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Component Color Cycling produces wireframe

For starters, I am very new to Fusion 360 so I may very well be missing something simple.  I updated to the new version this morning (2.0.5508 on Windows 10 pro) and after doing so, one of my projects now has a problem.  When I turn on Component Color Cycle Toggling, it turns one of my components into a wireframe or maybe a clear color that results in a wireframe like view. Two of the three components in this project display fine but the third doesn't.  

 

Is there a way around this or will I just have to turn off that feature when working on this component?

 

(This is a re-post because my first one was flagged as spam for some reason)

 

 

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Message 2 of 9
keqingsong
in reply to: troy.salmon0

I noticed that your "Base 1" component doesn't have the same pronounced edges as your "Hub 1". There seem to be some graphical weirdness happening. Can you try 2 things? 

1. Go to Effects under Display Settings and turn everything off except for AA.Screen Shot 2019-03-12 at 11.23.07 AM.png

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Restart your machine

 

 

Let me know if this fixes it.


Keqing Song
Autodesk Fusion Community Manager
Portland, Oregon, USA

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Message 3 of 9
troy.salmon0
in reply to: keqingsong

That didn't fix it.  I unchecked everything but anti-aliasing with the exception of Ground Shadow because it is grayed out and I can't select it.

Message 4 of 9
ryan.bales
in reply to: troy.salmon0

I"m not sure why it got flagged as i had already replied but oh well. Both Keqing and i likely need to see your file to see if its model specific. 



Ryan Bales
Fusion 360 Product Support
Message 5 of 9
troy.salmon0
in reply to: ryan.bales

Ok, here's a link to the model. 

 

https://a360.co/2EQyq2w

 

Given my total lack of experience with Fusion, I don't doubt that it may be something I did along the way that was outside the conventional methods and therefore caused this anomaly.

 

 

 

Message 6 of 9
ryan.bales
in reply to: troy.salmon0

It's the opacity of the bodies and components. First set the opacity of the component to 100% then each body. It should remain visible and clear when toggling component color cycle on or off



Ryan Bales
Fusion 360 Product Support
Message 7 of 9
troy.salmon0
in reply to: ryan.bales

Problem solved.  Thank you very much.

Message 8 of 9
ryan.bales
in reply to: troy.salmon0

Of course! Glad to help!



Ryan Bales
Fusion 360 Product Support
Message 9 of 9
mmcnaught831
in reply to: troy.salmon0

Hi - so what was the solution? I've been having this issue for a long time with Fusion, and the only thing that helps (temporarily) is to restart fusion. The problem usually reappears within a single modeling session. Running latest fusion version. 

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