Author Topic: Chaos Scatter with Corona 11  (Read 1745 times)

2023-12-01, 11:53:20

n.merazzi

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Not sure if only me, but my chaos scatter disappear from the Geometry tab since I have installed Corona 11. I need to create a new scatter using the toolbar, then It returns to show on my geometry tab.

2023-12-05, 15:27:53
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NazarVitkovskyi

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it is there - almost  at the end of the list, called Chaos Scatter (between Arnold and Fluids).
If you don't see it there - please let us know.

2023-12-05, 16:05:23
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n.merazzi

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So, It seems like the chaos scatter on my tab has disappeared only for me. I've tried reinstalling corona 11 and resetting the PC, but it still remains hidden.

If I create a new one using the toolbar, It start to appear on my geometry tab.

2023-12-06, 11:17:50
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Avi

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Can you try scrolling down a bit?

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2023-12-06, 11:27:41
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n.merazzi

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!! LOL

unbelievable how stupid I am!

SOLVED! HAHAHAHA

Thanks, Avi

2023-12-06, 11:53:01
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Out of interest - why don't you want to create the scatter from the toolbar icon? It's so much faster that way.
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2023-12-06, 11:58:23
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That's a good point, Romulus.

I believe it's just a habit. I'm trying to use the prompt (x) more now, but my brain sometimes defaults to its accustomed method.