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Inspector occasionally doesn't respond to selecting new Objects

Discussion in '2020.1 Alpha' started by hippocoder, Oct 31, 2019.

  1. hippocoder

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    In alpha 9
     
  2. APSchmidt

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    Are you sure it's not locked?
     
  3. SugoiDev

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    I can confirm this. Not sure how to reproduce, but saw it multiple times during recompile-reload cycles. In my case, selecting objects in the project browser did not change the inspector. I had to select something in the hierarchy first, then the inspectors would react to selection in the project browser again.

    Did not see it yet in a11.
     
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  4. hippocoder

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    Yeah that's it. I'll keep an eye out for it in a11, not seen it yet though.
     
  5. APSchmidt

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    I haven't used Alpha 9 a lot and never noticed this behaviour but Alpha 9 is no longer in the works since Alpha 11 has just been released. I worked with it some time today and didn't noticed this behaviour either.
     
  6. AcidArrow

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    It also randomly happened in the previous version (or maybe 2 versions ago?) of 2018.4 LTS and Windows, haven't seen it in the latest version though.
     
  7. APSchmidt

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    Me neither and I've been using it for several hours this morning.
     
  8. SugoiDev

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    Just got it in a11, so I guess it's still there somehow.
    I got it right after opening the editor.
     
  9. APSchmidt

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    The editor was fully open? What did you try to select? Did you try selecting it in the Hierarchy view or in the scene view?
     
  10. SugoiDev

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    Similar to what I mentioned before.
    After opening, trying to select anything in the project browser didn't update the inspector (it was blank).
    Only after selecting a hierarchy object the inspector was normal again.
     
  11. APSchmidt

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    I've tried this, the only objects that do not update the inspector are the main folders in Assets and Packages. For example, if I select the Scene folders in Assets nothing happens in the Inspector, if I select the sub-folders in Scene or a scene, the Inspector updates.

    Incidentally, and completely unrelated, I just noticed that I am missing the Package Manager UI in Packages...
     
  12. SugoiDev

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    Yeah, I can't reproduce it either. It just happens sometimes. I didn't get it yet in compile-reload cycles in a11, but it was very infrequent with a9 too, so I'm not sure anything changed.


    Me too. Since when is it no longer a package? I think it's been a while since I last noticed it there.
     
  13. Peter77

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    I guess since 2019.3:
    https://unity3d.com/unity/beta/2019.3.0b9
     
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  14. APSchmidt

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    Okay, I stopped following the beta testings...
     
  15. JohnHudeski

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    The inspector has been a bit crazy since the first 2020 alpha. I was about to post a rant here but I'm glad someone else saw it
     
  16. APSchmidt

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    I still have to experience this... I've been using 2020.1 for hours lately without noticing this problem.