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- Aug 28 2017, 9:51 AM (197 w, 5 d)
Fri, Jun 4
I have tried to use different materials and configurations and it does not appear to affect the render output so that must have been a coincidence.
Thu, Jun 3
Have you been able to cross-compare between the last working/non-working versions? The renders had different light responses but they are subtle probably because the normals are sweeping across rather than being in opposing directions.
Mon, May 31
user error :(
Sun, May 30
You're trying to reinitialize a const int in the loop. (line 449)
Nov 15 2020
Oct 22 2020
Jan 6 2020
It's just the wrong text label in the UI I think.
I'm not sure anyone has looked into the actual issue here? In the file there is a 1x1m plane. In one corner (when rendered) there is a hair. The hair has a radius setting of 1 and a scale of 1 and should be 2 metres in diameter but it is 1 metre in diameter...
Nov 2 2019
Oct 15 2019
@"Jacques Lucke (JacquesLucke)"
What would be the impact of renaming it in the future?
Oct 14 2019
Jul 20 2019
I renamed the current 2.80 rc1 colormanagement folder to Xcolormanagement.
See my unzipped folder in image below...
Copied the 2.79 folder from C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender\2.79\datafiles\colormanagement -> see folder mentioned above.
Jul 17 2019
Yes it has definitely done the job! :)
I think i've managed to cheat the system by copying the 2.79 colormanagement folder and replaced the 2.80 RC1 giving back the film color settings. It seems to work too. Nice dynamic programming!
Jul 14 2019
I just wasted 11 hours of rendering BTW.
What in the h3ll is the point in removing these? Is there something about them that's broken?
Jul 13 2019
Jun 10 2019
Ok, thanks that is useful.
That's a shame. Changing the name breaks many tutorials. I don't see the point in renaming things like 'Remove Doubles' it will just cause confusion for existing users. I do understand that 'Merge by Distance' is more logical. Are there many other functional name changes? Is there a comparison/translation list for 2.79 -> 2.8?