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Can't move/rotate/scale an object

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by rickblacker, Apr 18, 2019.

  1. rickblacker

    rickblacker

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    Unity 2019.2.0a9

    Hi all... I'm going through a tutorial which is using ProBuilder to prototype out some structures. I have a model that got textured. I was able to place it in the scene, but I'm not able to move, rotate or scale it.

    I thought that maybe there was something that I had done with that model and material so I added a basic Capsule object. I can't do anything with that either.

    In this tutorial we've been using Pro Builder and the specific version I'm using is ProBuilder 4.0.4 and ProGrids 3.0.3.

    In the tutorial, there were no instructions to disable pro builder or anything like that. Is ProBuilder somehow interfering with the ability to move and work with normal objects?

    I should add that I CAN move them using the inspector directly, but I'm not getting the visual transform handles on the object itself in the Scene window.

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  2. rickblacker

    rickblacker

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    Hey, I figured it out... I needed to hit the ProBuilder Object Selection tool... I didn't realize this. I assumed that was only for ProBuilder objects, but I guess once you start using ProBuilder, those become embedded in the work flow.

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  3. petyeti

    petyeti

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    Thank-you for posting your solution, was stuck with this aswell. Appreciate it.
     
  4. Ben_Iyan

    Ben_Iyan

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    I just wanted to add my thanks as well for posting your solution. It helped me a lot
     
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