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Incorrect Editor Description/Tooltip for Complex Convex Hull Decomposition #372

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ssandif opened this issue Feb 11, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #382
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Incorrect Editor Description/Tooltip for Complex Convex Hull Decomposition #372

ssandif opened this issue Feb 11, 2019 · 0 comments · Fixed by #382
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@ssandif ssandif commented Feb 11, 2019

Release Type: Official Release

Version: 3.0.0.8

Platform(s): Windows

Describe the bug
The Decomposition tooltip/description states that a checked box means a simple convex hull and an unchecked box means a complex convex hull (using the parameters). Instead, the opposite occurs. A checked box results in a complex convex hull and an unchecked box results in a simple convex hull.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Create a Convex Hull collider (note that the checkbox will start as unchecked for a simple convex hull by default)
  2. Check the Decomposition check box and compare with the previous (simple) convex hull. It should also take much longer to complete, providing further evidence it is doing complex decomposition.

Expected behavior
The tooltip should be changed to match the actual editor behavior to something along the lines of "If this is checked, the following parameters will be used to generate a complex convex hull of the model. If unchecked, a simple decomposition will be generated instead, ignoring the parameters."

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