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Kazemester

Random weird graphics bug

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Every once in a while this happens. It happens sometimes when i work with imported mesh and-or 3d polys, but sometimes i experience this when i import a shape file downloaded from openstreetmap exported from qgis. (Than extrude some of those 2D polys.)

A simple VW restart usually fixes this, but it remains in the exported file for example to Cinema 4D.

Any idea what is this?

Thanks

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last time I saw this I fixed it by finding out where the origin was.

Go place a 3d locus at 0,0,0 then select all and zoom to fit. I expect the bulk of your geometry is miles away from the origin.

Move it all closer and it should sort  it out... let me know how you get on

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This was my first idea, but when i need to work with georeferenced data, i can not move the geometry anywhere.

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You can have the layer at 0,0,0 and in the layer properties you can set where in Geospace that 0,0,0 is.

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Thank you! I'll use that.

I've checked my example file though and in this case i don't have any georeferenced layers and all my geometry are near the origin and the scale isn't extreme.

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If it's a file that's not sensitive, you can post it or PM it and I'll take a look for you

 

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