How to get WireColor Element with all different colors?

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After rendered, the VRayWireColor Element results like this:

wirecolor-issue

 

This happens becasue all these objects, have their WireColor set to black:

black-wire

 

To solve this issue select every object and change this little coloured box on the left “name and color”.
Do this for every object and this will be the result after:

wirecolor

 

Why this happens?
This could happens with imported objects, conversely objects created in 3ds Max have automatically different colors assigned.


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