Thanks for sharing your experience!
We've already fixed it in our latest alpha, check it out!
Great to hear that it's working now!
In such cases you can send us Feedback at first, using the [Feedback] button in the Enscape context menu.
So we get all the information necessary to identify the cause of this issue.
The Revit renderer does render any object two faced as it has more time for doing that.
We are rendering single faced objects only from one side, usually the outside, to improve the performance.
But if the same object worked fine in a previous version of Enscape we have to take a closer look.
Do you remember the exact version of Enscape?
And could you provide us the mentioned object?
Thanks in advance!
I presume you're using Revit. If your object is only single faced it's 100% transparent from the inside and 100% visible from the outside.
Currently you have to make it a double faced object to accomplish visibility from the inside.
You can access every object in flymode to verify the current behavior, see the screenshots of the inside of a sample wall:
Maybe we can optimize the visualization of single faced objects.
I've forwarded this topic as a feature request to our developers.
I hope my answer was helpful.
You found it by yourself, no need to be embarrassed at all!
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I would recommend you to downgrade to our latest stable version at first.
We will check this issue and will try to resolve it as fast as possible.
we're sorry to hear you're having difficulties with Enscape.
Are you using Enscape for Revit or SketchUp?
Does the behavior still occur after a restart of Revit/SketchUp?