Ive tried to search the forum and elsewhere for this issue with out any luck. Basically ive just starting to investigate the new features of v6, and one of the first major problems ive come across is the thick lines (evens when set to 1 in the display settings) that are much thicker than in v5. Since our office is movein more and more towards drafting in 2d inside rhino instead of eg autocad or microstation its really critical that we can have the thin lines being displayed as in v5. could someone please help me out here and (hopefully) just direct me to the setting i need to fix to get this?
Hi troels - here’s what I get with one pixel curves on my screen
4k screen -
I take it you see something different?
here are the difference - its both with 1 px lineweights! - its same problem with edge curves and isocurves!
Same issue here
Both images are screenshots from the same monitor, 1920x1200 Dell.
Same zoom, both wireframe display default, curve set to 1 pixel width,
is there an adjustment where V6 can be toned down to match the crisp V5.
Are you running on a 4K display for your tests (or at a text scaling > 100%)? I try to account for high DPI situations and may have made the curves a little too thick in this situation.
Not sure if your response is to me too, some extra info anyway…
im on a dell 7510 precision laptop
I see that here too.
I’ve spent a lot of time attempting to get high quality line work using our new wire drawing algorithms in V6 and am sure I’ll spend plenty more I probably won’t have this any better for the initial release of 6.0 (hard to say), but I will continue to work on the wire drawing code and will hopefully have this improved in an early service release.