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    • #37731
      AvatarGiulio
      Participant

      Hi, today I received the DelftShip Pro update.
      now when I select a control Point the window whit x-y.z selection and operations is created behind the mai window so I have to reduce the main window, select the control poin windows and, again, maximize the main view.
      If I select the Hull display, and click on any icon, the software crashes:

      SGPhoto_2015_05_1112_06_58.jpg

      Thanks.
      Giulio

    • #37732
      AvatarGiulio
      Participant

      Is it possible to downgrade to the previous release?
      Thanks.
      G

    • #37733
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      The problem is fixed now and a new update has been just released..

    • #37734
      AvatarGiulio
      Participant

      Thank You so much! 😀
      G

    • #37746
      AvatarNiels Bruhn
      Participant

      EDIT: Just downloaded the 6.xx Version – works fine. Every Version since 7.xx will not work with openGL below V3.0.

      Hi,
      just got the newest Version 7.17 via Update.
      Unfortunately, this new Version needs openGL 3.0 or higher, but my (old) Laptop has an Intel 915GM Chipset and there is no driver update for that so far as I can see, so my openGL Version is 1.1.
      With that, the new Version does not start, what is pretty clear.

      My Question: is it possible to get the previous Version of Delftship / or a Version, which is not needing the openGL 3.0 ?

      best regards,
      Niels

    • #37796
      AvatarJesus Cruz
      Participant

      I have the same problema with my lap top……

    • #37798
      AvatarAda Hovind
      Participant

      I have the 7.17 version, and I get those same messages. First, it was just one message every now and then, but now I cannot get DS to work at all.. Should I try to re-install DS on my computer, or is it something else I can do?

    • #37802
      AvatarAda Hovind
      Participant

      I have now tried uninstalling and re-installing DS, but I still get the same messages. Is it the files there is something wrong with?

    • #37804
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      Can you please explain when these message appear? Is it during start-up, or when you click with the mouse on the geometry?
      It sounds to me like a problem related to the OpenGL driver

    • #37805
      AvatarAda Hovind
      Participant

      At first, the messages appeared when I was altering the geometry, but now it appears during start-up, and I cannot manage to do anything with the file. I tried using a file from an older model and then I manage to work on the model, but the messages still appear from time to time when I work with the geometry.

      Thanks,
      Ada

    • #37809
      AvatarTerrance Egolf
      Participant

      I occasionally get a similar message in the latest version when attempting to move a control point. But it’s totally random. If it persists, I save and exit the program and restart it and the problem doesn’t recur.

      Terry

    • #37810
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      Des it also happen if you manually alter the position of the control point by typing a new coordinate?
      I’d like to get to get to the bottom of this and have this solved before the next update which is scheduled for end of July

    • #37811
      AvatarTerrance Egolf
      Participant

      Marven,

      I don’t think it happens by typing a coordinate. It seems to be associated with the pointer dragging the control point. It almost seems like it’s not sure which direction the user is intending to move the point. For instance, I’ve noticed that in the 3D perspective view, there is a location where the 2D point adjustment switches from the Y-Z to X-Z planes, for example, and that seems to be where I’ve had some errors occur.

      Terry

    • #37812
      AvatarAda Hovind
      Participant

      In my experience it does not occur if you manually type in the coordinates. However, it also occurred when I was trying to collapse lines/points, and when trying to add new layers or change between different layers. Additionally, when trying to save and close the program due to the error messages, I sometimes got the message “out of memory”, and did not manage to save the model before exiting the program.

      Ada

    • #37814
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      Thanks Terry and Ada for your replies.

      I’ll dive into this to see if I can figure out what’s causing this. However since all graphic card manufacturers have their own OpenGL implementation this might be hard to track down if this really is an OpenGL specific issue, because we can only fix bugs which can be reproduced.

    • #37836
      AvatarAda Hovind
      Participant

      Hi again,

      I finally finished my model, however by using a different computer (Samsung Notebook). The first PC I used was a Dell. Do you know if all PCs from for instance Dell has the same OpenGL viewer, or if it is different from one PC to another, disregarding type? It would be good to know if I would get the same errors when continuing the work on another Dell PC.

      Thank you in advance,

      Kind regards
      Ada

    • #37840
      AvatarJesus Cruz
      Participant

      Not all the computers has the OpenGL Ada, I have two laptops one is Toshiba the other is Sony Vaio, I updated the software to 7.1 versión in the Toshiba and everhting went well, but I did it in the Vaio to discover that Vaio does not use Open GL, therefore I had to went back to versio 6.35 in the Vaio…

      So is better if you check with the computer manufaturer……

      Regards

    • #37841
      AvatarTerrance Egolf
      Participant

      For what it’s worth, I have an ASUS DirectCU II GTX770-DC2OC-4GD5 video card installed February 2015. It has the latest Windows 7 Pro OpenGL version. I also have 32 Gb of RAM and I run DS Free in only the High graphics mode. So there doesn’t seem to be any possibility that the problem is associated with graphics data rate.

    • #37842
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      Not all the computers has the OpenGL Ada, I have two laptops one is Toshiba the other is Sony Vaio, I updated the software to 7.1 versión in the Toshiba and everhting went well, but I did it in the Vaio to discover that Vaio does not use Open GL, therefore I had to went back to versio 6.35 in the Vaio…
      So is better if you check with the computer manufaturer……
      Regards

      All Windows versions, starting with Windows 98, have at least OpenGL 1.1 implemented (see Microsoft OpenGL).
      Most graphics card drivers however include a much more recent version of the OpenGL implementation where OpenGL 3.0 or higher is pretty much standard for graphic cards from 2009 or later, see OpenGL versions.

    • #37843
      AvatarJesus Cruz
      Participant

      I bougth my Vaio in 2009, I guess is time to change my laptop……

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