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    Hi is there a way to get rid of lines in realistic 3d view. I want it to look smooothe.

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    What lines are you referring to? There shouldn't be any lines showing.

    Can you post an image?
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    You should open your VISUAL STYLE MANAGER and take a look through the various settings options there.
    If you change EDGE SETTINGS from ISOLINES to NONE, the edge lines will disappear.
    If you want to apply the visual style changes to the current drawing then you click inside the upper red circle.
    Lots of things to adjust here, if you have a mind to.
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    I haven't changed a thing in the Visual Style Manager yet I have no visible lines showing when I switch to a Realistic visual style. What's up with that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    I haven't changed a thing in the Visual Style Manager yet I have no visible lines showing when I switch to a Realistic visual style. What's up with that?
    Yeah, much better without the lines for sure.
    I have fooled around a fair bit in my visual style manager now and again.
    I really like the XRAY visual style, sometimes comes in very handy.
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    100k_uk: How about posting an image so we can see exactly what lines you are talking about? Thanks.
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