"It was reassigned to a different developer at today's developer meeting and is scheduled for SR5. Since SR4 will be officially released soon, then when the fix is made it will show up in the service release candidate builds."
"Yes, I can duplicate that by trimming a surface with a color texture assigned.
In SR4, if I use PictureFrame to make the surface with the attached color texture and Trim that, it does not shrink.
I've added a new defect to the tracking system.…"
"The problem was not a trivial one and involved multiple developers to coordinate. The underlying problem is old PF objects will have this problem. While inconvenient, it should not be an onerous task to make a replacement PF using the same image…"
"So what do you think this is?
I'll ask again, what video card are you running?
Are the drivers up to date?
Are you up to date with important updates from Microsoft?
If this is too informal, send a message to tech support, email@example.com
"Make a new PictureFrame surface using the same image file and it should work now.
I've added a bug to the pile to see if we can fix old PictureFrames, but since they are so easy to make, the work-around is easy."
"OK, this is getting weird.
Thanks for the file
If I trim your existing PictureFrame, the problem still shows up.
If I make a new PictureFrame using your image or one of my images, then Trim it using your curve or a new curve, it does NOT shrink.
"That's the problem. You're using an ancient video card (which is probably OK), but you're still running the Microsoft supplied setup drivers. They were only intended for Windows setup.
Go to the AMD Web site and find current drivers…"
"Assuming you have not tweaked the display mode settings, black viewport backgrounds are almost always the result of poor OpenaGL supoort with your current driver and graphics card, or running on an unsupported graphics card like the Intels.
"Yes, and SR$ release candidate 1 was juste made available late last night.
If you go into Options - Updates and Statistics, change your update frequency to Service Release Candidates. When it's downloaded and your start or stop Rhino,…"
I think your test is wrong. Instead of intersecting the surfaces with your parallel surfaces, select the surfaces in in object Properties, crank up the isocurve density to 7 or 8. These curves ARE straight but not parallel. You can…"