I opened an old file from nx9 in 10 and got similar results with 3d verify. I opened a new file created in 10 and it seems like the graphics display is back to 8.5 style.
Same graphics settings on 9 and 10.
NX9 MP3 had only 3d verify which was a crossover between 2d and 3d. Graphics were way better in the 3d version and you could move it around.
With the exception of 2d getting a little more "dirtier" in 9 from previous versions, IMO 3d is still not quite clean enough to eliminate 2d, even though 2d is a static display. #d looks nice on prismatic parts that have large radii. I still have to use 2d to examine areas with small corners. I think 3d would be fine if all users programmed were prismatic or large parts but I have found 3d resoultion management to be lacking when verifying 3d mould geometry, especially when I have small corners on large parts. A typical example is when the displayed cut model is so choppy that I cannot see anything that looks like the small radii I need to verify. So far I have not been able to determine settings that work well on small and large parts that display well enough to be useful and I do not have the time to switch back and forth between different settings for different parts.
How do I get this back in nx10? I really got used to and liked the new verify.
New CAM functionality introduced in NX 9.0.3 becomes available in NX 10.0.1.
I am guessing that you set an ENV to test the new IPW in 9.0.3 MP2, which enhances what you see in 3D verify.