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ModelConverterX blank screen and crashing when importing models?

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Hi, I was trying to use Version 1.5 on different virtual machines using Windows 11 and 10. When I booted it up I can only see a white screen. When I insert a 3D model, the app crashes. May I know what's causing the issue?
 

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Pyscen

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Hello....

Try clicking on the teapot... and try loading again. What 3D model were you trying to load?
 

arno

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Hi,

Does your virtual machine support OpenGL properly?
 

=rk=

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That is how my system displays MCX, if I forget to keep it in my left monitor and close it. The next time it opens in the right monitor, it looks like that. My solution is to force close MCX (it will remain frozen) and then I unplug my right monitor, open MCX and try to remember to not move it's window around.
 
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