I have this powerfull free software but I am an issue with the parametric measure frame as show in the screenshot below.
My laptop is Toshiva
PSAE0C-AH908C - Satellite A200OS: Windows Vista
Python version: 2.6.2
Qt version: 4.5.2
Coin version: 3.1.0
SoQt version: 1.4.1
OCC version: 6.3.0
Thanks in advance.
Hi Mark,quick61 wrote:What it looks like from your screenshot is a video chip / driver problem. For a full and proper 3D FreeCAD display, you need a 3D capable video chip/card and good drivers. i havent looked up that hardware is in you laptop yet, so I can't say which or both would be the problem - but I'm willing to bet it's one or both at fault, and not the software.
wmayer wrote:I guess that your driver lacks of the NPOT extension. We have seen this issue also for a couple of Windows XP systems. Some time back in the 0.14 development branch we implemented a workaround to solve this issue. So, it might be best to get one of the recent 0.14 versions to check if the issue is still there.
Thanks for your suggestions.jmaustpc wrote: Specifically regarding this issue with FreeCAD, your version is very old now, download the most recent development version of FreeCAD 0.14, it will be better in all ways than the 0.13 you are using now. 0.14 is just about to become the "official" version of FreeCAD.
Yes, but which version from where? Please go to the Part workbench, then go to the Help menu and click copy to clip board post the "help about FreeCAD data" here. I am assuming you downloaded something from the FreeCAD site on SourceForge?MMSN wrote:I have gotten the new FreeCAD .014 and t
Yes, yestarday I check with intel and all is OK.jmaustpc wrote:It looks like your GPU is an Intel product, did you go to Intel and download the latest driver to suit your O/S and hardware? An old driver, is the most likely reason that it does not work for you.
Yes,I have followed the way that FreeCAD home give for download the window versions. I have downloaded the last one.jmaustpc wrote:Yes, but which version from where? Please go to the Part workbench, then go to the Help menu and click copy to clip board post the "help about FreeCAD data" here. I am assuming you downloaded something from the FreeCAD site on SourceForge?
You are definitely right. i945G supports OpenGL 1.4 (2002 standard:-) only, while OpenGL did introduce NPOT in the version 2.0.wmayer wrote:I guess that your driver lacks of the NPOT extension.