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Fusion freaking out with lines in drawing

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mainhannes
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Fusion freaking out with lines in drawing

Hello, does anyone know why Fusion is freaking out with the lines when i try to create a drawing from my model?

Missing lines and overall poor quality of the design represented in the drawing when zooming in and out.

 

https://a360.co/3HkBNQS

 

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sutherland-
in reply to: mainhannes

Hi @mainhannes 

 

Does the issue persist when you export the PDF and open the PDF file? Or is it just within the software?

Try disabling this one in Preferences under Preview Features:

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Message 3 of 8
mainhannes
in reply to: sutherland-

It is only in Fusion, not on the PDF.

 

No effect with highdpiscaling.

Message 4 of 8
sutherland-
in reply to: mainhannes

Then I would say that you will have to live with it, since there are some known issues when it comes to visual representation within Fusion 360.

 

I have made a post long time ago regarding this, but no answer on why it is happening or when it will be fixed:
Zoomed out, inner part lines appearing

sutherland_0-1674466187199.png


Zoomed In, no lines

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Message 5 of 8
g-andresen
in reply to: mainhannes

Hi,

try  this

 

open gl _1.png

 

günther

Message 6 of 8
grishnakk
in reply to: mainhannes

I have exactly the same problem.

It however persists when exporting in PDF.

Happens with all new drawings I am creating.

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TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: grishnakk

@grishnakk 

Can you File>Export your *.f3d or *.f3z file that exhibits this behavior to your local drive and then Attach it here to a Reply?

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grishnakk
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

Here's the file

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