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How do you disable the HDRP debug menu?

Discussion in 'General Graphics' started by Flubzie, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. Flubzie

    Flubzie

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    You can enable it when you push down on both thumbsticks.
    It's useful for debugging but I'd like to disable it for my final builds.
    And I can't seem to find an option to do so?
    There's a Runtime Debug Display toggle in the HDRP Asset but that doesn't seem to do anything.
     
  2. ceebeee

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    Uncheck this box:
     
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  3. Flubzie

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    Thanks for the reply, but I've mentioned it above, "There's a Runtime Debug Display toggle in the HDRP Asset but that doesn't seem to do anything."
    It still shows up in the editor and the final build. If this option definitely disables it for you, then there's something wrong with my setup and I'll look into it more. I'll also try to check it in a test project.
     
  4. ceebeee

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    It will still be toggleable in the editor, but it will be disabled for the build.

    Fun fact: Left Ctrl-Backspace will toggle it too.
     
  5. Flubzie

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    Unity - 2018.3.0f2
    HDRP - 4.1.0
    Made a new default HDRP project, and that toggle doesn't seem to do anything.
    Tested on a non-development build with the option enabled and disabled.
    I've got the fully updated package versions installed on my personal project with the same issue.
     
  6. Flubzie

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    I posted on Reddit as well. Fixed thanks to u\Alibient_Interactive, find the file:
    High Definition RP\Runtime\Core\Debugging\DebugUpdater.cs
    And comment out everything in Update.
    This seems to be a bug with the HDRP settings. You wouldn't want this menu to be accessed on a final build.