Skylight shadow resolution

Saw this thread and tried rotating - works faster.

Zooming instead doesn’t fall back to the grainy “shadows” (and model representation), it just renders in best config. model keeps being slow JUST THEN.

I see zooming use the dynamic skylight shadow resolution here in Rhino for Mac 6.16. Run the SystemInfo command in Rhino 6 and paste the info back here please. Also let me know how you’re rotating the view please… 3D mouse, Tablet, Track pad, three button mouse etc. Thanks.

Sorry, didn’t realize I was using the RC.


systeminfo:

Rhino 6 SR17 2019-8-6 (Public Build, 6.17.19218.01052, Git hash:master @ 279ee3e1596249fd5736c1e7989a4bc4d1d677e8)
License type: Commercial, build 2019-08-06
License details: LAN Zoo Network Node

Apple Intel 64-bit macOS Version 10.14.6 (Build 18G87) (Physical RAM: 24Gb)
Mac Model Identifier: iMac18,3
Machine name: *******
Language: en

AMD Radeon Pro 580 OpenGL Engine (OpenGL ver:4.1 ATI-2.11.20)

OpenGL Settings
  Safe mode: Off
  Use accelerated hardware modes: On
  Redraw scene when viewports are exposed: On
  
  Anti-alias mode: 4x
  Mip Map Filtering: Linear
  Anisotropic Filtering Mode: Height
  
  Vendor Name: ATI Technologies Inc.
  Render version: 4.1
  Shading Language: 4.10
  Maximum Texture size: 16384 x 16384
  Z-Buffer depth: 24 bits
  Maximum Viewport size: 16384 x 16384
  Total Video Memory: 8 GB
  Graphics: Radeon Pro 580
  Displays: iMac (217dpi 2x)

Graphics processors
  Radeon Pro 580 (8 GB)
    iMac (2560 x 1440)

USB devices
  Broadcom Corp.: Bluetooth USB Host Controller
  Apple Inc.: FaceTime HD Camera (Built-in)

Bluetooth devices
  Broadcom: Magic Mouse 2
  Broadcom: Magic Trackpad 2
  Unknown: 

Third party kernel extensions
  None

Third party plugins
  None

Rhino plugins
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhCore.framework/Resources/ManagedPlugIns/RhinoCycles.rhp	"RhinoCycles"	6.17.19218.1052
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/PlugIns/NamedSnapshots.rhp	"Snapshots"	6.17.19218.1002
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhCore.framework/Resources/ManagedPlugIns/GrasshopperPlugin.rhp	"Grasshopper"	6.17.19218.1052
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/PlugIns/PanelingTools.rhp	"PanelingTools"	6.17.19218.1002
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhCore.framework/Resources/ManagedPlugIns/Commands.rhp	"Commands"	6.17.19218.1052
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhCore.framework/Resources/ManagedPlugIns/RDK_EtoUI.rhp	"RDK_EtoUI"	6.17.19218.1052
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhMaterialEditor.framework	"Renderer Development Kit"	6.17.19218.1002
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/PlugIns/RhinoRender.rhp	"Rhino Render"	6.17.19218.1002
  /Users/maasmeier/Library/Application Support/McNeel/Rhinoceros/MacPlugIns/Iris.MacR5.rhp	"Iris"	1.0.0.0
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/PlugIns/Displacement.rhp	"Displacement"	6.17.19218.1002
  /Applications/Rhinoceros.app/Contents/Frameworks/RhCore.framework/Resources/ManagedPlugIns/RhinoDLR_Python.rhp	"IronPython"	6.17.19218.1052

Thanks, I see this too now but only with the track pad two finger zoom (works fine with my Wacom Intuos). I have filed it as https://mcneel.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/RH-54246

Were you using the track pad or the magic mouse to Zoom? I want to add that info to the report. Thanks again.

Yes, I always use the track pad.


In addition, it doesn’t occur while zooming with [cmd]-trackpad.
That’s better.

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