…and did you reset them to their defaults? And did the reset sick (i.e. they’re sill not blue when you go back into the options)? As far as I can tell, the images look correct…although Rendered looks like it’s missing the ground plane and shadows are off…but that may be because I told you to turn them off…but from the pics, it looks like Rendered mode and Technical are working (i.e. they’re not jumping to wireframe as you mentioned they were before)… Is that not correct?
And by “worse” I’m assuming you installed the drivers Nathan linked to and now things are worse?
Is this something that started happening to you recently? Or did this start happening the first time you installed V6? In other words, has any recent V6 Service Release caused the problem? I’m wondering if we’ve introduced some issues in the latest SR… I see you’re on SR4 … was this happening in SR3? SR2? SR1? SR0? …
Given what you’ve said, your display modes sound like they’ve somehow gotten corrupted…which could really start messing things up depending on what kind of corruption is present. I guess the next thing I would like you to try is to completely wipe 6.0 off your system and start over from scratch…no customizations, no display mode tweaks, just pure straight out-of-the-box Rhino V6… and see if you’re still having these issues.
If you’re willing and have the time…Please:
- Uninstall Rhino V6
- After uninstalling, there are still some residual files left in %APPDATA%\McNeel\Rhinoceros\6.0. I would delete the entire folder. This usually expands to something like “C:\Users\YOURNAME\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\6.0”… The easiest way to get there is to just type %APPDATA% in the file browser (see image), hit enter and then navigate to the McNeel folder from there… Note: You only want the “6.0” folder, do not touch any other Rhino folders, as they are for your other versions of Rhino.
- Re-install V6, and do not make any kind of customizations or tweaks…
- Begin your tests.