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Using Scope

Unread postby atnreg » Sun Jun 18, 2017 2:54 pm

Hi!

The new Scope feature is great and seems to work fine but as a cosmetic bug the 'Intersection' gives union and vice versa :)
But it seems it is not as clear as I thought because it seemed to work swapped in displacement but now with materials it seems to work correctly.
Maybe we just need tutorial videos for it (and MANY other new things) :)

BTW, it would be nice to have Difference as well for the Scope Mode :)
Edit: Actually you can get that efect by using 'inside out' on one Scope and not on other when using intersection (i.e. currently 'union') :)

Edit2: I noticed that Scope calculation can get heavy but it does not show in Progress View so the only way to know it is still calculating is to check CPUs usages and the little orange dot on the right bottom corner and wait until it turns green. Could you please add this to Progress View as well? :)

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Re: Using Scope

Unread postby bruce » Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:55 am

Hi Antti,

We didn't reproduce your issue on the intersection.
A tutorial will be soon available for scopes.

Cheers.
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Re: Using Scope

Unread postby atnreg » Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:05 am

bruce wrote:Hi Antti,

We didn't reproduce your issue on the intersection.
A tutorial will be soon available for scopes.

Cheers.


Hi!

Actually, I think it was something strange in that project, later when I tried it, it worked :)
But the Scope needs to be added to Progress View, that still applies :)
And thanks for the upcoming tutorial, hopefully one of many explaining new and earlier unexplained features :)

Antti
Intel i7(6-core),32GB RAM,NVIDIA GTX690 (2GPU)+GTX Titan Black,Win10Pro 64bit
Clarisse 3.5SP2,Blender,ZBrush,Onyx,(3D-Coat,Lightwave+Octane...)
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