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Intel HD 4000 Graphics

chadhenke
I have a computer using the Intel HD 4000 graphic.  The compile view does not work correctly.  Most of the components are invisible or can barely be seen.  Sometimes when I rotate the object, I can see more of the object, or some of it’s outline.
 
I guess OpenSCAD just sits on top of openGL so it seems like an issue with the HD 4000 driver.  But I was wondering if this was known, or if anyone had any suggestions to try.
 
Thanks,
Chad
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Re: Intel HD 4000 Graphics

Joel Bodenmann
I've just an HD3000 but it works very well there. Please make sure you really have installed the correct drivers.
A friend of mine des have a HD4000 and these cards are damn impressive. He never had any driver issue as well and he's able to play games on that thing.


~ Joel


On 03/23/2013 02:08 PM, chad henke wrote:
I have a computer using the Intel HD 4000 graphic.  The compile view does not work correctly.  Most of the components are invisible or can barely be seen.  Sometimes when I rotate the object, I can see more of the object, or some of it’s outline.
 
I guess OpenSCAD just sits on top of openGL so it seems like an issue with the HD 4000 driver.  But I was wondering if this was known, or if anyone had any suggestions to try.
 
Thanks,
Chad


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Re: Intel HD 4000 Graphics

terramir
I have hd3k on my mac and hd4k as well will try with 4k but 3k is iffy to say the least then again rendering with f5 is a toss up anyways even with a gt 220
terramir

On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 7:10 AM, Joel Bodenmann <[hidden email]> wrote:
I've just an HD3000 but it works very well there. Please make sure you really have installed the correct drivers.
A friend of mine des have a HD4000 and these cards are damn impressive. He never had any driver issue as well and he's able to play games on that thing.


~ Joel


On 03/23/2013 02:08 PM, chad henke wrote:
I have a computer using the Intel HD 4000 graphic.  The compile view does not work correctly.  Most of the components are invisible or can barely be seen.  Sometimes when I rotate the object, I can see more of the object, or some of it’s outline.
 
I guess OpenSCAD just sits on top of openGL so it seems like an issue with the HD 4000 driver.  But I was wondering if this was known, or if anyone had any suggestions to try.
 
Thanks,
Chad


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Re: Intel HD 4000 Graphics

kintel
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Hi,

Have you tried Preferences->Advanced->Force Goldfeather ?

That sometimes helps.
Btw., what OS are your on?

 -Marius


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Re: Intel HD 4000 Graphics

chadhenke
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Force Goldfeather works!  Thanks.

I'm on Windows 8 FYI.  Running on a Microsoft Surface Pro.

Chad


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Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 13:44:07 -0400
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Hi,

Have you tried Preferences->Advanced->Force Goldfeather ?

That sometimes helps.
Btw., what OS are your on?

-Marius



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Re: Graphics card doesn't display render on Win10

stonysmith
This post was updated on .
Just to add to the information base:

I have a new notebook with an Intel 5500 graphics card running Windows 10.
I found the same problem displaying difference() in render mode.

Forcing GoldFeather did the trick.