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Why isn't thpart color white (RGB: 255,255,255) white (same as the pure white workspace background)?

StephenGStephenG Member Posts: 245 ✭✭✭
It appears the "whitest" part color OS will display is ~ RGB:230,230,230, a light grey. 

RGB values greater than 230,230,230 can be assigned to the part but it renders at ~230,230,230. 

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  • StephenGStephenG Posts: 245 ✭✭✭
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    Did some experimentation.... it is white (same as workspace background) when a white part surface is normal to the shading spot light source. The light source appears to be positioned above the viewer's right shoulder. 

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  • StephenGStephenG Member Posts: 245 ✭✭✭
    Accepted Answer
    Did some experimentation.... it is white (same as workspace background) when a white part surface is normal to the shading spot light source. The light source appears to be positioned above the viewer's right shoulder. 
  • StephenGStephenG Member Posts: 245 ✭✭✭
    It would be nice to have some control over the light source(s) used for shaded rendering. The default is a little too "spot lighty" for my taste; I would like to be able to make the light more defuse to produce less pronounced shade gradations. 
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