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- Dec 7 2014, 12:52 PM (253 w, 4 d)
Tue, Sep 24
Tested with latest 2.81, it works there. So it's fixed. Sorry for not trying that first!
Mon, Sep 23
Oct 19 2018
Thanks for the answer Juan, that clears it up for me!
Juan but is it really possible to get spline IK to work without a standard bone to bone parent hierarchy?
I tested an FBX export as well and there was indeed a slight discrepancy when I brought the file to Unity. Juan, could you describe the unparenting process in more detail? I tried unparenting the bones from each other both before and after baking and the results were messed up in both cases.
Oct 18 2018
For those reading later:
Aug 25 2017
Does this mean that it's impossible to make linked proxy objects local? Is the only way forward to re-import everything by appending instead of linking? Or can I still salvage my scene somehow?
Aug 24 2017
I'm not so familiar with the bug tracker so please forgive for asking: what does it mean that the status of this is "incomplete"? Are you still waiting for additional input from me?
Aug 21 2017
Jun 28 2015
@Julian S (julian) Eisel (Severin) I did what you suggested and after opening Blender through softwaregl the transparency grid was visible again! Does this mean it's indeed a driver issue with my computer?
Does a blend file really matter in this case since I simply loaded factory settings, made film transparent and then hit "render"?
Feb 26 2015
Jan 1 2015
I attached a zip file with the following items:
-Three rendered PNG files of which the middle one shouldn't work in Adobe programs
-The .blend file used in rendering the sequence
-A folder with some additional models possibly linked into the main .blend
-A readme file explaining the files
Dec 8 2014
I now downloaded blender-2.72-690345a-win64 and can confirm that the exact same behavior continues. As soon as I try to render the default scene with cycles, and have saved the document at D:\\ELÄMÄNHALLINTA\crash test 2.blend it crashes. If I save the document in C-drive (or don't save it at all) it works.