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weird behaviour on android

Discussion in '2020.1 Beta' started by creat327, Oct 14, 2019.

  1. creat327

    creat327

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    Hi

    I saw on adb logcat this printed out:

    [Physics.PhysX] BV4 midphase only supported on Intel platforms.
    UnityEngine.Physics:Raycast(Vector3, Vector3, RaycastHit&, Single, Int32, QueryTriggerInteraction)
    UnityEngine.Physics:Raycast(Vector3, Vector3, RaycastHit&, Single, Int32)
    BombTrajectory:FixedUpdate() <-- this is where i call it on my script

    [physx/source/geomutils/src/mesh/GuMidphaseInterface.h line 175]
    (Filename: physx/source/geomutils/src/mesh/GuMidphaseInterface.h Line: 175)

    And then, I do a
    Physics.OverlapSphere(hitpoint, 4f, ~(1 << MyGameManager.layerTransparentFX));

    So I went into the mesh collider and I saw "baked" as FastMidphase set on it. That seems to work only on PC. Fine, but for people like me that upgraded from existing projects... why would this be set by the editor? And more importantly, if you set it, shouldn't you ignore the setting when you build for android?
     
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2019
  2. Peter77

    Peter77

    QA Jesus

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    I recommend to edit the thread title to something like below, so unity staff won't skip your post because of vague title.
    Android: [Physics.PhysX] BV4 midphase only supported on Intel platforms
     
  3. creat327

    creat327

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    I tried but there is no edit for title
     
  4. yant

    yant

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    could you please report a case on that? we have a case on a different aspect of this problem apparently. thanks