TL;DR: Your GPU does not fulfill the minimum requirements for running Blender 2.8x or later.
"Turks" is part of the codename of multiple GPUs that have the TeraScale 2 micro-architecture:
Radeon HD 6570 (Turks Pro)
Radeon HD 6570 (Turks Pro)
Radeon HD 6670 (Turks XT)
Radeon HD 7510 (Turks LE)
Radeon HD 7570 (Turks Pro-L)
Radeon HD 7670 (Turks XT)
I ran into a similar issue where Lights tab on my properties editor disappeared. This was resolved by adding a new light to the scene. Then I could select my point lights and the properties would show up again, even after deleting the new light
The Properties tabs are supposed to be context-sensitive based on whatever object is selected, but it's obviously a ...
Had the same question found your then just worked it out by pick things.
Top right hand corner of the 3D viewport there is a drop down arrow.
In viewport shading you can select scene lights and scene world.
I didn't try to see if this would give you the result your looking for but it has worked for me.
Make some visual overlay
Could not help but see the link between this and Bug in addon to Change header color dynamically The addon there was to remind user they are in automatic keyframe mode.
Remember at the time thinking would make an interesting addon if given a generic way to link a property toggle with toggling a setting. However have not returned ...
Neither storing the region to redraw or using context.area is enough in general case, it is necessary to iterate through all open windows and areas, otherwise tag_redraw() will not work as expected (may cause a redraw in one window but nothing happens if what needs to be updated is in the other window, or update only in one window but not in the other).
There is a few things you can do.
When you subdivide cube you actually gets a sphere with different topology.
Or you can delete the top polygons and grid-fill them, but that needs some tweaking as the grid-fill will be flat, so you can select the center vertex and with the proportional editing and move him little up so the sphere is round.
Also you can use ...
This problem on the surface (when using a Subdivision Surface modifier) is caused by the triangular faces on the top.
SOLUTION 1 - SUBDIVIDING BEFORE
When you create the sphere, increase the Segments and Rings in the Redo Panel (on the bottom-left corner of the screen).
SOLUTION 2 (recommended) - TRANSFORM TRIANGLES IN QUADS
Select the top vertex.
Move the ...
For anyone still having this problem, I encountered the same problem a few minutes ago. I am using a Huion H610PRO tablet and Blender 2.91. I switched to Automatic as described above but it still did not work.
The solution I stumbled upon was simply based on the order in which both Blender and the tablet were started/connected. I disconnected the tablet and ...
All menu bars and panels everywhere in Blender can be scrolled by holding middle mouse button down over the area you want to scroll. Most modern mice have middle button integrated with the mouse wheel so in practice you hover the mouse over the bar that you want to scroll (in the above image the bar with words "View Select Add Object"), press and ...
So basically what you are facing is a shortage of appropriate shortcut options . You want to assign a shortcut which has R in it but you know that r is for rotating in all the modes , so you could've tried ctrl R but thats loop cut , alt R is clear rotation and shift r is repeat last action , so the final option is that you can go and add some other key like ...