I have a kind of fog on the model screen, whenever I move the mouse it disappear for a second and I can see the true colors in my model.
Also if I export a 2d image it appears ok - see attached!
I tried fog, shadow, editing style - Cant figure it out…
Please help me
if it doesn’t come from your activated shadows, don’t you have a section plane in your model ? it could whiter you model if it’s placed right in front of you.
try hiding it with this button,
if not, you might want to share the model so we can have a look at it
@nuritx, what happens if you enable “Use sun for shading” and slide one or both sliders to 100% (see image below)
( experiment with these sliders to see what looks best for you, and even with shadows off )
I dont have any sections. also in other computer the model is fine.
Hi, I already tried and it didnt work
I have been using sketchup for 7 years, never happen before…
Can you share your file so others can look at it to see if something is wrong?
Hi, the problem is not in the file because it opens fine in a different computer.
I just need to figure out what is wrong with my sketchup. some bug maybe.
As I wrote before, every time I move the mouse it disappear for a second and I can see the true colors in my model.
It sounds like a problem in your PC. Is your 1050 linked to SU in the nvidia control panel? Also are you running the latest driver for the card? Get that from Nvidia website, do not rely on Windoze to do that for you. If a later driver works , Keep it. Also is this a laptop or desktop machine?
It goes away when you move then comes back. That could be a textured style, any chance you accidentally switched to a view style that has a watermark texture overlay?
It is a new laptop and the first time I use the sketchup on it.
“Is your 1050 linked to SU in the nvidia control panel? Also are you running the latest driver for the card?” - how do I do that?
Right click on the desktop>select Nvidia Control panel. In the panel go to manage 3d settings>scroll down the list> select Open GL rendering GPU>click on the settings side and select the 1050. Save it then go to the Program Settings tab repeat the process and save it. Don’t mess with any other settings.
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