Windows Update (WU) traybar is notifying that there is a new “Important Update” that needs to be installed.
I have it configured for manual update because I want to decide what gets installed and what doesn’t.
While this is a known issue with our development team we have a simple workarond that can be used.
While one method is to simply switch back to the default viewport it may not show some of the more advance features such as a normal maps unless you go into the shading network and re-map the texture to show up in default viewport.
Hi Darthmed, I've just tested this with the following method with no issue.I’ve run the repair from both the android application and from the website.When I watch the log after selecting repair, no entries show up in the log. 60a2de5e-7f24-41cf-948c-444f264c99b5 2:46:34 PM: trace cp desc: zw Status:network repair: Z-Wave network repair started 60a2de5e-7f24-41cf-948c-444f264c99b5 2:46:34 PM: trace cp desc: Z-Wave network repair started 60a2de5e-7f24-41cf-948c-444f264c99b5 2:49:58 PM: trace cp desc: zw Status:ready: Z-Wave network repair finished 60a2de5e-7f24-41cf-948c-444f264c99b5 2:49:58 PM: trace cp desc: Z-Wave network repair finished Yup, what @smart said. You can kick off a repair as well by clicking on the "View Utilities" button.The other option is to simply make some changes to the UV's in Viewport 2.0 and force the refresh of viewport 2.0.in command line simply use the command below to reset the viewport.