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4 minutes ago, Carlosan said:

Help to switch off Tool options > Draw from first point ?

Well, yes, it works fine without... but... that's not how I want to use it :)

 

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On 8/6/2019 at 6:47 PM, Carlosan said:

Have you installed same lic at work or on another comp ?

Contact sales@3dcoat.com to ask about this issue.

Not at work, only in my desktop computer, but that computer hasn't been plugged in since... 2016 I think (And I believe I uninstalled the license anyways before moving to my current laptop).
I'll contact you guys on sales@3dcoat.com anyways, thanks Carlosan! :)

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4.9.05

- Fixed UDIM import crash when option "Import tiles as UV sets" turned ON.
- Fixed problem of loading obj files that contains objects/materials with spaces. Baking with names correspondence supports names with spaces as well.
- Random crash in retopo fixed (was happening sometimes after faces deleting)

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Fantastic news Andrew!

The UDIM issue was a big one. I would love to see this area develop more in future, as it allows 3d-coat to be used in hi-res film production.

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20.07.2019 4.8.44

 - Deleting selected faces in retopo room leads to boundary edges selection.

 

How do i turn off the above feature?

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That issue was fixed on version 4.9.05. Please try it

 

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Andrew,are you able to reproduce mesh corruption issues with cutoff tool+Soft booleans?

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2 hours ago, Carlosan said:

That issue was fixed on version 4.9.05. Please try it

 

edges.jpg

I have downloaded the newest 4.9.05 but it faced the same issue. The face selection, after deletion of that face, would automatically be changed to edge selection. I cant find any settings to turn this off.

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4 hours ago, pickers said:

 - Deleting selected faces in retopo room leads to boundary edges selection.

I was able to replicate it, your issue was reported.

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8 hours ago, pickers said:

I have downloaded the newest 4.9.05 but it faced the same issue. The face selection, after deletion of that face, would automatically be changed to edge selection. I cant find any settings to turn this off.

I think is another example of someone making a feature request....that only annoys someone else. :D

It was probably suggested to speed up someone's workflow, but never considering it might not be how others want to work. So, it might save them a click after deleting some faces, but it makes other users have to hit ESC, unnecessarily.

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Probably I've found a bug.

v4.9.05 DX and GL (also v4.8.38). Windows 7. Tested on two computers, so...

1) In Retopo room with the Strokes tool active (let's say after Autopo)

2) zoom in to your retopo mesh (this is important too!  let's say with Shift+A or with Alt + <mouse>  ) so the retopo mesh occupies a significant part of the viewport.

3) activate Transform and move your retopo mesh somehow

4) Ctr+Z - doesn't work (actually i noticed that 3d-coat kinda "counts" vertices of retopo mesh, so i started to hit Ctrl+Z many times - like ALOT, then suddenly it can undo Transform, but after A LOT of Ctrl+z)

 

If the Strokes tool is not active, looks like there is no undo Transform bug.

If you zoom out of the retopo mesh, so it's occupies a small part of viewport, looks like there is no undo Transform bug, even if the Strokes tool is active (or at least that bug is very rare, i don't know all of reasons of that bug).

 

UPD: tried in v4.7.24 -  it doesn't have this bug.

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