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Probuilder: Any way to make model opaque when editing?

Discussion in 'World Building' started by kphipps, May 13, 2019.

  1. kphipps

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    When editing a Probuilder model, all edges in the model are showing through faces. I find this distracting and it makes it hard to see how the model looks as changes are made unless I deselect it. This is similar to having 'Limit selection to visible' turned off in Blender. Is there any way to change this?
     
  2. kaarrrllll

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    Open preferences, and select the ProBuilder category. Under the Graphics section, turn on "Depth Test."
     
  3. kphipps

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    Ok, tried that but it was already on. I tried turning it off and on again and it made no difference.

    If I change 'Shading Mode' from 'Shaded' to 'Shaded Wireframe' the object's own hidden edges don't show (but they do in 'Shaded' mode). So basically if in 'Shaded' mode with the object selected, all edges in the object show from behind faces.

    Using Probuilder 4.0.5 and Unity 2019.1.2.
     
  4. kaarrrllll

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    That sounds like a bug to me, but just to be sure could you please take a screenshot and highlight the edges that are showing incorrectly?
     
  5. kphipps

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    All edges behind faces are showing in 'Shaded' mode
    Transparent 01.png

    but not in 'Shaded Wireframe'.
    Transparent 02.png
     
  6. kaarrrllll

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    Yep, that's not supposed to look like that. Could you please file a bug report in the editor?