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- Jan 27 2019, 12:19 AM (55 w, 19 h)
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They're talking about the thing where motion paths aren't continuously updated, outside of operators that specifically tell it to.
Or rather, the keyframe/fcurve editor windows don't call this update.
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Dec 23 2019
Worded+Reported differently but is the same bug as T72611
Dec 3 2019
I can confirm happen.
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Oct 7 2019
"keyingset" is unrelated to the problem here.
Oct 6 2019
Sep 26 2019
Closing task for now, as I haven't got this crash in over a week and I don't have a Blender version where I did anymore either,
Will re-open if relapse.
Sep 18 2019
Can you tell me how the error address can be used to diagnose a problem?
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Aug 31 2019
@Clément Foucault (fclem)
This bug crashes Blender, when a mesh object in Edit Mode contains
- A skin modifier (non-muted for edit mode)
- A material with at least one (connected and non-muted):
- Normal Map node
- Image Texture node (with an image assigned)
Aug 28 2019
use_connect is a python API parameter that specifies if a bone is locked to it's parent.
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Aug 14 2019
Are you saying there are no noodles in this file?
Aug 6 2019
Jul 25 2019
@Philipp Oeser (lichtwerk) I found that it works perfectly fine in Lookdev mode.
Jul 17 2019
I have an unrelated question. is there any technical reason that strips must all have unique names per animation_data?
I found a glitch method to name multiple strips the same thing. Getting it to happen in the first place requires python trickery but once it's done, nothing breaks and everything works like normal.
Jul 16 2019
Heh, and here I went and made an addon to replace AutoIK because of this.
@Alexander Gavrilov (angavrilov) Editing strips is fundamentally different to me.
A "raw action" lets you work free-form, with no consideration for range.
Jul 15 2019
Heh. I have a rule to always disable that.
I forget why but I think it was because it prevents selecting objects in pose mode and at the time, I "wanted" to use objects for constraints (not anymore).
Aside from the bug in T66949, that works great for me beyond this. With it I can stop always using xray for posing.
Jul 11 2019
What that error means is that the addon is trying to install a "function/property/interface/etc" from the addon but it's already installed.
This is caused due to incorrect setup in the addon itself, or (likely) in your case a conflict with another addon.
Jul 1 2019
Jun 24 2019
class CYCLES_OT_denoise_animation(Operator): ("Denoise rendered animation sequence using current scene and view " "layer settings. Requires denoising data passes and output to " "OpenEXR multilayer files")
You can wrap strings in a parenthesis.
If they're regular strings, they'll basically be read like they're all on the same line.
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The Normal Map has a performance leak on dense meshes, and leaks even if said mesh, does not have the material with it assigned to anything.
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File loads in
2.80 (sub 60), branch: master, commit date: 2019-05-06 16:39, hash: rBc0432c2385e6
May 4 2019
How exactly would this help anything?
The number (0x000000013F7696B9) doesn't look of any value in the slightest; just computed gibberish.
May 3 2019
May 1 2019
Disabling AA gives a significant boost to rendering speed.
Unfortunately the boosted result isn't as fast as the viewport itself.
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The bug isn't that setting it low will break Blender.
The bug is that by default this is enabled, and Blender will randomly freeze without any notification of what's going on.
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Mar 18 2019
Windows 7, GTX 770, hash: dbfbd6b9043d
Blender crashes on load, when trying to append one of these four objects, or trying to append the scene (presumedly because the objects are in it)
['Reifen_18ZollShape_0xb8d1c610', 'Reifen_18ZollShape_0xb8d258e0', 'Reifen_18ZollShape_0xb724fae0', 'Reifen_18ZollShape_0xb7247230']
Mar 14 2019
@Jacques Lucke (JacquesLucke)
I already said how to fix in python.
If you're referring to "someone" for fix in C++, internally: kay
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Jan 27 2019
I never bothered setting to Win7 compatibility.
The default target in Win7 is WinXp SP3.
For my Win10 (laptop) test, I used the default Win8 target.