Does anyone know of a way to keep "CLIP BACK" (View attributes) Turned ON? I have a view that is set to camera mode, not a traditional ortho view. When I move around by scrolling the wheel forward, it turns off "CLIP FRONT" and "CLIP BACK", and this causes objects to disappear.
Is there a Macro I can build into my scrolling in a camera view, or some kind of method to force the view attribute to stay on?
The Clip Back setting should not change. Can you post a video showing the issue?
While scrolling, when the Camera move further from the front clip which is set & the front clip value will change to a new value. is this what you are seeing?
The setting simply turns off when I scroll forward (zoom in). When I pan, zoom out, rotate, walk, etc, it remains intact. The camera mode is extremely helpful for working in side structures or with complex models, and especially when walking through a model in meetings with a full room of people. Myself and a few others experience the same issue, all caused by scrolling forward to zoom.
I have seen it on windows 7 64 bit and now windows 10 64 bit. MS v8i version is 08.11.09.536.
I can't upload a video to the Communities webiste as it gives me an error, so here is a youtube linkhttps://youtu.be/mdk-L_n0c3A
I can't tell from your video, but if your use any of the standard view tools, such as Zoom In, is the option to Move Camera checked?
Enabling the Move Camera option may help.
Yes, the move camera is turned on. Otherwise it will skew the view when panning in camera mode.
Thanks for the video. I'll try to reproduce it & also check with others if they have seen anything like this.