AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hi all,

in the rendering property tab, if I select automatic save and try to type the number of passes directly by the keyboard, the cursor jumps to ACAD command line. The only way to set the number of passes is by clicking the up/down arrows. Does it happen to me only?

Thanks!

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not such a problem here - how about settings of your mouse driver?
Common Logitech MX300 mouse with last driver...
What position in the nXt palette in?  For example, docked, floating, anchored (docked with autohide), floating with autohide.
the palette was anchored on the main screen of two, no auto-hide.
Anchored means autohide is on.  Do you mean docked in the AutoCAD window?

no, docked out of acad window on other screen.

That one is actually floating.  No matter, I couldn't reproduce it here with something similar.  It is possible it has to do with dual monitors.  If you get a chance, try it with another configuration and see if it makes a difference.

Done! I've closed all the palettes and put the nXt into main monitor as docked. Worked. Then restablished all palettes as they were and still works.

Thanks Roy.

It has nothing to do with dual monitors, I get the problem sometimes too and yes it is difficult to reproduce.

 

One just needs to be sure the system recognize that you are in AutoCad and not Nxt.

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