When star the first session and have View Attributes pinned in this show us up:
We always have to unpinned it and pin back in. Similar thing was happening with Material Editor in EAP time.
Just to clarify what you are saying here. You have the View Attributes dialog docked and pinned into the edge of the MicroStation CE U2 application window. You have saved settings to ensure this is how the application should always be configured. When you startup MicroStation the next time the display of this dialog is blank. It that correct?
This sounds like it may be a graphics display issue as I have not been able to replicate this on my system. I use Windows 10 but you have not mentioned anything about your PC's system information. The first item to check here might be the version of the graphics display driver to see whether it is the latest recommended by the manufacturer. Have a look through the following Wiki article
Troubleshooting Graphics Display Issues
Have a read through this next article as it may help as a work around with the defined configuration variable.
RegardsAndrew BellTechnical SupportBentley Systems
Just checking some basic details of the Nvidia K1100M graphics card it appears this was technology released in 2013 so might be starting to be improved upon in new hardware. The version of DirectX has also been improved in Windows Updates so newer drivers for this card supplied by Nvidia might be causing issues or it could even be Windows using the newer versions of DirectX. Have you tried using the configuration variables supplied in the previous Wiki article to disable DirectX V11?
Have you also considered upgrading the graphics card to a newer version?
Andrew, I am experiencing the same issue as Jose, but I am using CE update 17 with Nvidia M2000 quadro card (all drivers up to date with latest update). The first time I launch Microstation and get into a file the view attributes is blank when I hover over it and it flies out. If I exit or close the file, i.e. ctrl W, and then get back into the file and hover again over view attributes again, everything appears as it should. This sounds more like a GUI issue than a graphics card issue. Yes I have deleted my .UPF file and it still behaves the same.