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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:46 am    Post subject: Object Renaming Reply with quote

Joined: 08 Jul 2008
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Hi, I was attempting to rename my objects within the DataBrowser/Library and some things don't seem to working right:

1. If I rename the default tree inside Grome's Object folder, it works fine. When I rename a *.dae model inside a folder that I added to the Library, the name does not change. In fact, the thumbnail displaying the rotating model goes blank. Upon Loading the thumbnail, the original model pops back.

2. Rather than Loading the thumbnail, I tried to Load the model from the directory browser on the left. This causes the program to crash. I'm able to replicate this.

- Open a project that you've been working on.
- Open the Library
- Select an Object from a folder that you added( outside Grome )
- Rightclick on thumbnail > select Edit
- Change the name from the dialog box on topright
- Select Apply and Close
- Thumbnail has either gone blank or disappeared
- Rightclick on modelname in the directory display on the left
- Select Load
- Program crashes.

I'll be sending the crash report to Support in a minute Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20, 2008 1:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello, editing of objects loaded from plug-ins should not be possible (packages read with SDK are read-only, save is not yet allowed). We will disable the editing function for these formats until we will add saving capabilities in future versions. In the mean time, to change the name, you need to use the editing program from which you saved the dae file in the first place.
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