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3d views show objects as transparent #2197

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Lenbok opened this Issue Aug 5, 2014 · 7 comments

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Lenbok commented Aug 5, 2014

Ubuntu 14.04 (also 12.04), slic3r 1.1.7 and 1.2 experimental (and also earlier versions) on a sandybridge machine with Intel graphics.

The 3d plater and the object settings 3d preview show the objects as being transparent (other 3d applications such as openscad / blender etc work fine):

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jonaskuehling Aug 5, 2014

Yeah, same here on Ubuntu 14.04 64bit:
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The printbed grid is not successfully placed behind the objects.. And somehow the whole Objects seem to be "inverted" so you can see through them..

jonaskuehling commented Aug 5, 2014

Yeah, same here on Ubuntu 14.04 64bit:
bildschirmfoto vom 2014-08-05 13 13 30
The printbed grid is not successfully placed behind the objects.. And somehow the whole Objects seem to be "inverted" so you can see through them..

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whosawhatsis Aug 6, 2014

It's a Z-index bug. Not seeing it on Mac, but knowing what it looks like when you rotate the display to show the bottom (from below the platform) should help in tracking down the error.

whosawhatsis commented Aug 6, 2014

It's a Z-index bug. Not seeing it on Mac, but knowing what it looks like when you rotate the display to show the bottom (from below the platform) should help in tracking down the error.

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Here's what mr treefrog looks like from underneath:

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Lenbok commented Aug 6, 2014

Here's what mr treefrog looks like from underneath:

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Whooooops, thank you. I hadn't tested that thing on Linux...

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alexrj commented Aug 6, 2014

Whooooops, thank you. I hadn't tested that thing on Linux...

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epoxi Aug 24, 2014

Same thing over here.

screenshot from 2014-08-24 14 07 00

Made a git pull an hour ago.

epoxi commented Aug 24, 2014

Same thing over here.

screenshot from 2014-08-24 14 07 00

Made a git pull an hour ago.

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DiThi Oct 19, 2014

Same here. Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit, intel HD4400, experimental 1.2.

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DiThi commented Oct 19, 2014

Same here. Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit, intel HD4400, experimental 1.2.

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Fixed!

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alexrj commented Nov 8, 2014

Fixed!

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