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Renaming inflow target in the outliner does not effect the setting in the inflow #356

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BlenderPete opened this Issue Jul 11, 2018 · 2 comments

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BlenderPete commented Jul 11, 2018

System Information

Blender Version (including hash): 2.79b f4dc9f9d68b
FLIP Fluids Version: 1.03
Operating System: WIN 10
CPU: i7
GFX: None
RAM: 32 GB

Describe the bug

If you set a target for the inflow object and rename it in the outliner it will not be renamed in the addon.

To Reproduce

Place a target an set it in the inflow object. Rename the target in the outliner. Look what happens to the target which is set in the inflow object.

Expected Behaviour

The target should be updated if it's renamed in the outliner

Actual Behaviour

The target will not be targeted.

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rlguy commented Jul 11, 2018

Hello BlenderPete,

Thanks for bringing this to my attention! When the addon was in early development, the latest version of Blender available was 2.78. In 2.78 it was not possible to update an object name in this type of UI object property. But I just checked and starting in Blender 2.79, it is actually now possible to update the object property when the object name changes, so I will be making these changes to the addon interface.

Implementation Notes:

- Ryan

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rlguy commented Aug 8, 2018

This fix will be included in the next version (1.0.4 available August 11th).

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