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    espiongerbil

    A-ha, yes! It works in Internet Explorer. Sorry, I managed to get distracted yesterday and forgot to try it. It'd be nice if it worked in Chrome, but this works so that's good enough for now. Thanks!

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    James

    Hmm, maybe it will be fixed in the next version of Chrome :\

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    kinggambit

    Really odd. It worked for me in the past and it worked for me a week or so ago, but periodically, the 3d viewer doesn't seem to work.

    Even though I enabled the GPU blacklist thing, no success.

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    na-kia

    Well, I try everything and it still doesn't work on chrome (it's working on Firefox) on desktop... but it's working chrome beta ... really weird ... 

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    James

    @kinggambit You tried different browsers? What version(s)?

    @na-kia If it's working in Chrome beta, it sounds like it's a bug on their end. Maybe specific to your particular OS / graphics card.

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    ChaosEmperor

    i had enable the "override software rendering list" but it no use

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    James

    @ChaosEmperor What Chrome version is that? Did you try Chrome Beta?

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    kinggambit

    @James Firefox works fine. Chrome doesnt however. I just updated Chrome to the latest version today but no success. I have a GTX1080ti. I'll try updating my drivers but I'm guessing it's related to Chrome? 

    Do you know if there's anyway to let google know about this issue?

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    James

    @kinggambit I'll see if our 3D team can file a bug report to Google. You're on the latest version of Chrome 63? Can you try Chrome 64 beta? https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/beta.html

    If it's already fixed in the next version, there's probably no need to report it to them.

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    sirends

    On the page if you wait a little while or twist the model:
    before:

    after:

    model:
    https://sketchfab.com/models/e10421d8e60d4b3ba85f1022f66551a6

    site:
    http://ubnt.ru/

    Why is this happening ?



     

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    James

    @sirends - I could not reproduce that behavior. What browsers did you try?

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    AB_red

    hi. i've just update my chrome but i can't edit, it gave me error instead, says that my browser is not compatible, i've tried chrome://flags but it gave me no luck, does this still happening to everyone?

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    sirends

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s7gV6pj4R4&feature=youtu.be  i am in Google Chrome v. 63.0.3239.132

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    James

    @sirends I think it's because the `autospin` feature rotates the model in space, but when you spin the model with your mouse, it moves the camera, not the model.

    This causes the environmental lighting to be at a different angle when you move it back to the same place with the mouse after it has auto-rotated. You can check this yourself by using Alt+Click to rotate the lights.

    You could try using a different environment with more neutral light direction, or disable the autospin.

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    James

    @AB_red Did you just update to Chrome 63? Seeing the conversation above, there seems to be some issues with that version on some machines. Can you try Chrome Beta (version 64)?

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    jonas_rains_models

    I'm using a desktop computer with Windows 10 using the browser Google Chrome, and for some reason I can't get any models to load (if they do load they are 360 images). I can get them to load on my laptop with Windows 10 and Chrome, and I used to be able to on this computer. Please help me.

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    James

    @jonas_rains_models Can you share what version of Chrome you're running?

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    jonas_rains_models

    @James Version 63.0.3239.132

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    James

    Thanks! Like some of the comments above, I think upgrading to version 64 (currently in beta) might fix the problem. https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/beta.html

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