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BIFROST PROBLEM: no promotion exists from a value of type 'Object' to a value of type 'array<Math::float3>'

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a01748878
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BIFROST PROBLEM: no promotion exists from a value of type 'Object' to a value of type 'array<Math::float3>'

I was trying to use bifrost graph editor for the eyelid rig and when I connected the output I got this error, I don't understand what happened, heeeelp 

 

// Error: Error: while compiling top level compound 'bifrostGraphShape1', around the port 'bifrostGraphShape1.output':
// no promotion exists from a value of type 'Object' to a value of type 'array<Math::float3>'
// Error: Error: node definition 'bifrostGraphShape1' provided to setGraph had errors when compiling

 

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sepu6
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Just connect the output of the set position to a new port. You probably connected a vector 3 array in the output port and then tried to connect an object in the same port. BF does not like that. At the moment the output node port does not auto-interpreted the ports.  

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