I’ve been noticing this with my Space Mouse. I have one of the keys set to toggle Parallel Projection. It seems like every 5th or 6th time I toggle, or depending on where my cursor is, the camera goes bananas and I have to use Zoom Extents to get the view of the model back in the proper place. It doesn’t seem to happen if I use the pull-down menu to change perspective, so maybe it’s the rapid change that’s causing some kind of conflict.
When you are in parallel projection, some of the faces disappear, then the model drifts off screen. Are you seeing that as two problems? Could it be that when the faces disappear you are now orbiting on empty space, which would make the whole scene move, instead of orbiting around the model?
I haven’t seen faces disappear like that. Does it happen with all models?
This sort of looks like what we’ve seen on occasion when users have their camera placed at a huge distance from the model. What happens if you go to Perspective? Can you show a video capture of doing that?
I’ve been having strange behaviours with photomatch too, in 2023
When setting up new axes first (which I always do), and using photomatch, it randomly messes up everything by repositioning the axes on its own
(I’m aware it’s not the exact same issue, but it looks like it)
Strange. I just recreated this 5m3 cube in SketchUp Pro on a Windows machine (GeForce GTX 1660) and when I put it in parallel, I can’t get the faces to disappear like that. The model disappears when I toggle off parallel after moving around for a bit (again, have to use Zoom Extents to get it back into view), but I can’t seem to replicate your error.
Assuming yes, you should have a new Plugins folder in addition to your renamed one. Copy half of the extensions from your renamed folder into the new Plugins folder. Restart SketchUp and see if you have the same issue. If you don’t quit SketchUp, copy half of the remaining extensions over and try again. When you finally get the problem again you should be able to narrow it down to the specific extension.
I don’t think that just because one extension taking advantage of the new overlay works fine means that the problem doesn’t lie there.
Overlay is not a feature really, just some kind of freedom for plugins to keep running while cohabiting with native tools which basically could lead to many problems