@stevebaer I don’t think so… look at the date of his build… It’s Sunday…My fix was in by Saturday’s build… It’s possible I may have broken this, and/or made things worse. … Ugh. But so far I’m not seeing any bad behavior here.
@wim I’m using the exact same version of the WIP as you and I can see curves and surfaces just fine… To be sure, what happens if you reset your display modes to their defaults? (Save them first, because I’m probably going to want them, or at least a couple of them if things clear up).
Also, what is your Video and System configuration?
In that case, don’t worry too much about this for now. My laptop has been installing updates every time I shutdown - something clearly is not working on that end. Not anywhere near the machine at the moment but I’ll check when I get to it. Factory default wireframe mode, btw…
I’ve now updated my GPU drivers to the latest version and Windows now starts and shuts down without problems.
After a reboot, I installed the latest daily (6.1.17310.15361, 2017-11-06) but Rhino doesn’t find information on driver version and date. I’ve now also uninstalled and reinstalled Rhino to no avail. Tips or Tricks? (Other than turning off GPU Tesselation…)
Vendor Name: NVIDIA Corporation
Render version: 4.3
Shading Language: 4.30 NVIDIA via Cg compiler
Driver Date: NA
Driver Version: NA
Maximum Texture size: 16384 x 16384
Z-Buffer depth: 24 bits
Maximum Viewport size: 16384 x 16384
Total Video Memory: 128 MB
FWIW, Rhino 5 now displays the following upon launch:
Wow…obviously this shouldn’t be happening…and that is legacy code from V5 that should probably get removed…
Here’s what I would try before going any further…and there is a method to my madness here… Most of the time when Rhino fails to collect driver information, it’s because multiple configs exist (over time), and it gets confused…V6 does a lot better job at and my guess is that dialog is using the older method…Anyways…I have found that a clean full uninstall of the drivers clears this up…
Uninstall your video driver completely (i.e. don’t just “update” it)
Install the latest driver you recently downloaded
See what happens.
…I will be removing that dialog in the next release…thanks for alert us to it.
Looking through the code, it looks like if you click “Later”, the dialog will (should) never show again… At least that will get you into Rhino…at which point, driver version isn’t really important…but I would like to see what Rhino’s OpenGL page says.