Dissapearing trick in layout ?

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  08 August 2002
Angry Dissapearing trick in layout ?

well heres my problem, checked the manual nothing, so u cant flame me. lol. when im in layout crusing around my scene , stuff dissapears when i get close to it.. so i cant see it anymore ? lol, im thiking it could be my gfx card, but i dunno. i have a geforce 3, the original before all the TI crap , if that matters. thanks
 
  08 August 2002
It's the clipping plane.
 
  08 August 2002
Yes, it's the OpenGL clipping plane.

Try reducing the size of the layout grid.

 
  08 August 2002
o hey thanks u guys rawk. whats hte key board shortcut in layout to reduce grid size.. i know its , in modeller but wut bout in layout ?
 
  08 August 2002
by default it's the [ and ] keys, which depending on your keyboard layout can be anywhere or nowhere at all. otherwise, you can always change the gridsize under the display option ( "d" shortcut )
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  08 August 2002
You can try enabling the Fixed Near Clip Distrance under the Display Options. Set the number smaller to something like 1mm if it still doesn't work. This option sometimes causes other clipping problems so you might want to turn it off when you're not going close up on the objects.
 
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