Author Topic: Layered material only gives the base material ID with CMask.  (Read 3473 times)

2017-08-08, 16:27:50


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Apologies if this has already been discussed, I didn't find anything through search.

If you use a layered material using masks only the base materials ID appears in the CMash element. This is actually quite useful if you're using it to create a material with different glossiness settings but I would expect it to split the ID's using the masks. I hope this makes sense.

2019-07-22, 16:26:38
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The original post is quite old, so please forgive me if I missed any progress on this issue:

I'm using Corona 4 on 3dsmax 2016 and I am seeing this problem. Is this bug solved? Or is there a workaround?

edit: came here via the search and did not notice this was under "Resolved bugs" :D But, is it resolved?
« Last Edit: 2019-07-22, 16:37:49 by bibi5000 »

2019-07-23, 15:02:43
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We have this logged as a "dealbreaker", so we will attempt to fix it ASAP.
It is a duplicate of various other reports - that's why it's moved to "resolved". It does not mean that the fix is actually implemented.

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