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Dec 9 2018, 11:17 PM (40 w, 14 h)

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Mon, Aug 19

Dmitry (Dima) added a comment to T68809: Cycles segfaults with ROCm OpenCL.

("Task"... I feel like a boss. It's not a task it's a bug. "Bugs" are just ok, "Tasks" leads to overheating and so on. Sorry, someone should say it.)

Mon, Aug 19, 2:40 AM · Rendering, Cycles, BF Blender
Dmitry (Dima) created T68809: Cycles segfaults with ROCm OpenCL.
Mon, Aug 19, 2:34 AM · Rendering, Cycles, BF Blender

Sun, Aug 18

Dmitry (Dima) added a comment to T68783: Compositing/Shading UI regression.

Obviously any redesign should increase the work efficiency, not the buttons pressing amount. Currently, for me, the trade off roughly sounds like "you get Eevee but you need twice as many pressed buttons for the same operation". How many hours Blender developers could save if they just didn't bother about the UI redesign? How many hours addon developers could save without tricking with the new UI? And how many hours users could save after release? (What do we do with our lives?:'|) It's measurable. Blender needs some kind of standardized testing scene to compare the amount of user actions needed to reproduce the scene with old UI and with the new one. And an official statistic addon in the future. It's for UI Design bugs objectivation. (I hope the idea will not look bad only because it's said by me. I didn't do anything for Blender, I don't even have an avatar... But please, in the name of world efficiency and technological singularity and so on.)

Sun, Aug 18, 11:06 AM · BF Blender: Regressions
Dmitry (Dima) added a comment to T68783: Compositing/Shading UI regression.

Hello, Brecht. I think it's not a user feedback it's a UI design regression bug, because anyone can measure it. So it's not a subjective user feedback it's an objective reality. With this in mind, I found here the "Regressions" category, then I set "Design" in the bug report tunables and then posted it. And I still think I was right. Bugs are objective, measurable things, user feedbacks are subjective and not measurable things. Is this wrong? Is there an another criteria for bug/feedback differentiation? Thank you.

Sun, Aug 18, 4:04 AM · BF Blender: Regressions

Sat, Aug 17

Dmitry (Dima) updated the task description for T68783: Compositing/Shading UI regression.
Sat, Aug 17, 9:49 PM · BF Blender: Regressions
Dmitry (Dima) created T68783: Compositing/Shading UI regression.
Sat, Aug 17, 9:47 PM · BF Blender: Regressions

Aug 17 2019

Dmitry (Dima) added a comment to T61093: Crash in gallium/radeon on some 3D manipulation/render.

Martin, thank you. Your solution does work.

Aug 17 2019, 4:30 AM · BF Blender

Mar 12 2019

Dmitry (Dima) added a comment to D3050: Remove Carve boolean.

I was wrong. My example contains non-manifold objects so it's not suitable for bmesh/carve comparison, as I read there https://developer.blender.org/T59357. I've made manifold objects from that non-manifolds and it works. Previously I thought there is no any way to make that kind of non-destructive cuts in Blender newer than 2.79b.

Mar 12 2019, 9:08 AM

Feb 21 2019

Dmitry (Dima) reopened D3050: Remove Carve boolean.

Bmesh is not good enough to replace Carve everywhere. I've attached an example.

Feb 21 2019, 7:08 AM