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|0008016||opensim||[REGION] OpenSim Core||public||2016-09-02 03:08||2016-09-02 04:24|
|Product Version||master (dev code)|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008016: Editing position of a prim in one dimension makes a step in other dimensions|
|Description||Using latest 0.9.0 dev master and observed in the last few weeks, though I cannot tell if this may have been present for longer. I noticed a building step was out of position by a few metres from where it had originally been placed.|
I have a very odd effect. I have a simple one prim box (the step in a building).. if I change its position (either by dragging on the arrows or typing into the X, Y and Z boxes in the edit tool (using Firestorm 188.8.131.52527) it snaps to another position a small distance away in ONE OTHER dimension. E.g. 0.75m difference, or 1.0m difference, or 2.0 m difference. It seems to vary a bit but its always a very round figure like that.
It makes no difference if the prim has a path cut or not. It originally had a cut out, but removing the cut out quarter made no difference to this effect.
|Steps To Reproduce||Tricky to reproduce, as I see it just on this one prim at the moment. Its not linked to anything else. It doe snot happen when I make a new prim. But it does happen when I duplicate the faulty prim in the view using|
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|Git Revision or version number||opensim-0.9.0-718-g054cc8f.zip|
|Run Mode||Grid (Multiple Regions per Sim)|
|Environment||.NET / Windows64|
|Attached Files|| 2016-09-02-OpenSim-724-Prim-Misplaced-1.jpg [^] (188,187 bytes) 2016-09-02 03:09
2016-09-02-OpenSim-724-Prim-Misplaced-2.jpg [^] (190,836 bytes) 2016-09-02 03:09
could not repo:(
it just that prim? what is its history?
and it does repo always on it?
edited on: 2016-09-03 01:30
I understand.. it will be tricky to reproduce. But I felt it worth reporting as its an odd symptom and others may spot it or a trend later.
When altering ANY of X, Y or Z, ONE other axis alters. It seems to be that prim and any that have been copied from it in the past (or new copies). It has been used as a building step in place of several years. I spotted it as it had jumped out of position. I found 3 copies (all out of position but within a few metres of their original position) and all showed the same effect.
A new prim created that was identical did not have the faulty behaviour.
I can simply remove the faulty prims, but I have deliberately left one in place for later testing if its useful. Its location is:
|2016-09-02 03:08||aiaustin||New Issue|
|2016-09-02 03:09||aiaustin||File Added: 2016-09-02-OpenSim-724-Prim-Misplaced-1.jpg|
|2016-09-02 03:09||aiaustin||File Added: 2016-09-02-OpenSim-724-Prim-Misplaced-2.jpg|
|2016-09-02 03:51||UbitUmarov||Note Added: 0031094|
|2016-09-02 04:24||aiaustin||Note Added: 0031095|
|2016-09-02 04:26||aiaustin||Note Edited: 0031095||View Revisions|
|2016-09-02 04:28||aiaustin||Note Edited: 0031095||View Revisions|
|2016-09-03 01:30||aiaustin||Note Edited: 0031095||View Revisions|
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