Operating system and graphics card
Windows 7 64 Bit, Nvidia 760 GTX
Broken: (example: 2.69.7 4b206af, see splash screen)
Blender 2.79 a rc 1
Short description of error
The currently hotkey only tool Border select in the Movie Clip editor in Graph Editing mode does not work from a menu in the header.
Exact steps for others to reproduce the error
Based on a (as simple as possible) attached .blend file with minimum amount of steps
Replace the space_clip.py by the attached space_clip.py , run Blender, load the dataset attached. Have a look at the Graph window. There is a new menu called Select. Try border select from this menu. You will get errors in the console. See screenshot.
The background is, i tried to implement a select menu in the Movie Clip Editor in Graph Editor mode since i have the feeling that also this sub editor should show the select tools. The Border Select tool works fine in this subeditor by using the hotkey B. But it throws an error when i try to call the border select from the by me implemented select menu.
wmSubWindowScissorSet 0: doesn't exist.
What already baffles me is that the menu operator does not even show the hotkey as it should. And this counts for all the hotkey tools in the graph editor section in the Input manager . They just seem to work from the hotkeys, not from a menu in the clip editor in graph editing mode.
I also tried to implement the Border select into the already existing View menu. See small screenshot. Here the tool does not thrown an error. But the border select just works in the header. And here we don't have the graphs. The graphs are in the main window below the header.
The reason that i think this is a bug is that Border select works in all other editor types from menu just fine.
Changes at the space_clip.py:
if sc.view == 'GRAPH': if clip: layout.menu("CLIP_GRAPH_MT_select")
bl_label = "Select" def draw(self, context): layout = self.layout layout.operator("clip.graph_select_border", icon = 'BORDER_RECT')