Starting a new thread, rather than hijack.
I have passed this on to the user, and will let him chime in, on this thread. Thanks!
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Going on a bit of a tangent... @sdeters any unusual graphics issues with the k4000 card? and what driver are you using? I have one user with this card, the rest are using K4200. The user with the K4000 has issues with high lighting "sticking", where they have to run part cleanup to un high light a lot. He's gone thru a lot of different video drivers. Those of us using the K4200 are all working fine with the 377.11 driver.
I am having issues with this card, First big issue is exporting and Importing stp files. Since I am also using 3Ds Max, I need to have the latest Nividia driver for this card. There are some new feature in 3Ds Max which needs this latest driver. Forgot what it is at the current time.
This stp file import/export seems to be fixed in NX12, Not in NX11.
They have been pretty good cards for us, not many issues.
Other than that, other issue include, In NX, Displaying dialogue boxes on your second monitor, the icons in the dialouge boxes do not show up. When I move these boxes to the primary monitor the icons start to show up.
the driver I am running now, which I would not reccomend is 391.33 . I did roll back to this one, But 3Ds max does not like this driver. http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/123912/en-us It seems to work the best for us.
Is the user running NX on the user Primary monitor, or on the secondary monitor? I always mention to our users to run NX on your primary display. Seems to be a little bit more robust.
Yes i am on the Primary monitor
My issue is that Highlighting is sticky.
When fully opening components, changing reference sets or, adjusting a assembly constraint
the highlighting of those components and often a fiew others remains. Esc will not clear it.
Only Part Cleanup or scrolling thru the Assembly Navigator will
Does this system also have the Intel "built-in" graphics? (is it a laptop?)
I had issues until I went into the nVidia control panel and "locked" NX to the nVidia card
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
I'd rather be e-steamed than e-diseaseled
Have you executed the Evaluate Graphics Performance command?
I believe this also defines a profile in the NVIDIA Control Panel under Manage 3D Settings > Program Settings. Make sure you follow the instructions when performing the evaluation (i.e., For the most accurate results, execute the function when the workstation is relatively idle).
I am experiencing the same behavior now. I was working with this assembly last week, with no issue, but today things remain highlighted.
In my case, Win10, NX 220.127.116.11 mp8, nvidia K4200 using the 377.11 driver.
If I select a sub assembly, and change the reference set, all/some remains high lighted, BUT I can still select those items, and individually deselect them. ESC key does not work, since the items are not actually high lighted, you have to select, and deselect in some fashion, or use part cleanup to get the high lighting to let go.
Now, I don't believe it is a graphics driver issue, but either NX or Win10 update, or a conflict between them.