Moderator: GiD Team
I have a strange representation of surfaces when using flat/smooth render for my model.
This is a model for the structural analysis of an awning.
In attachments, there is a print screen with normal render ( normal-render.png)
And a print screen with flat render (flat-render.png)
After rebuilding surfaces from boundary, everything come back as expected (flat-render-after-rebuild.png)
Why do I have this strange representation before rebuilding surface?
For creating the model, I have drawn lines and then I have created surfaces with the tool Ã¢â‚¬Å“Create NURBS surfaceÃ¢â‚¬Â. Did I do something wrong?
* I also wanted to attach the .gid folder in the post but it doesn't work .... how can I forward it to you ?
Thanks for your time.
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How has this model created?
e.g. interactively using which commands?, or imported from which format?
please, attach a zip with the original format, and/or the GiD model.
and what is the exact GiD version used?
The model was created using classical Gid commands ("create line" and "create NURBS surface" from the "Geometry & view bar " toolbar).
I have attached a zip with the .gid folder.
We use the 14.0 version.
Thank you in advance for your support.
- zip with .gid model
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Maybe this bug has been fixed some versions ago.
or also can have fixed bugs and also new features in developer versions:
The same password is valid for all 14.x versions