I just got a new mac and the color in the rendered view in perspective (NOT fully rendered from pull-down) is SO MUCH DARKER than the same view from the old mac. Mac OS details are in the image titles. Also, the image seems out of focus (see birds in the trees).
Is there a way to adjust the shadows or the light?
Do either of you have any idea for why Bill’s display would be so much darker?
It’s the same display, different processors video cards - the new one is supposed to be lots faster.
I could only guess as to why this would happen. It would be helpful to have a file to see if we could reproduce this on our end.
Can you also provide your System Information? It looks like the above is from Rhino 5 for Mac (5.5.3)…?
Do you see the same problem in the latest RhinoBETA for Rhino 6 for Mac?
Same display mode, but are the settings for those exactly the same? Maybe first export from the old one, then reset the display mode settings for both under
Preferences > Display Modes.
Thank you, Dan. The problem was with my settings on the new Mac. Wrong ambient color and a couple other things. I appreciate your reply!
Thank you. The problem was with my settings on the new Mac. Wrong ambient color and a couple other things. I appreciate your reply!
Glad you found out the issue. Enjoy Rhino