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  1. Snowstorm
  2. STORM-118

Edit Manipulators have Wrong Orientation with Local Ruler Mode on Linked Objects

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    • Story
    • Status: Product Review
    • Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • None
    • Sprint 3, Viewer 2.2.0
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    Description

      Repro:

      • Open Build mode, Edit mode (Ctrl-3), and set the Ruler mode to "Local".
      • Rez two prims.
      • Rotate the second prim to be different from the first.
      • With the second prim selected, observe that the manipulator arrows are oriented to the second prim.
      • Close and re-open Build mode to clear the object selection.
      • Select the second prim.
      • Hold shift and select the first prim. Both prims are now selected.
      • Link the two prims to form one object.
      • Observe that the manipulator arrows are oriented the same as the root prim (the first prim, unrotated).
      • Close and re-open Build mode to clear the object selection.
      • Re-select the linked prims.
      • Expected: the manipulator arrows should be oriented to the root prim.
        = Observed: the maniputalor arrows are oriented to the NON-root prim.

      This works for any number of prims in a linkset. The orientation of the edit manipulators will be taken from whichever prim was selected second-to-last before linking. (I think that corresponds to the first non-root prim in the linkset, but I may be wrong.)

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        1. VWR-1852_local_axes.patch.txt
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          Jacek Antonelli
        2. VWR-1852_local_axes2.patch.txt
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          Jacek Antonelli
        3. wrong_local_axis.jpg
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          Jacek Antonelli

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            jacek.antonelli Jacek Antonelli
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