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// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

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jslaught
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// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

I'm attempting to use the flameTorch sample in a project, as I have successfully in the past,and now it's throwing an odd error than I can't seem to track down:

 

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

// Error: Cannot set parameter: bDrawVolume //

 

If I pause the graph, it goes away, but as soon as I resume it it comes right back.  I replaced the default sphere with a custom mesh, as I have before, and set an input node to control things like Oxygen level. (Again, as I have before.)  Attached is a screenshot of the graph.  It's so odd.

 

Maya 2022.3

Bifrost version 2.3.1.0-202110140143-ddfa15b

 

I can't find any updates.   I've reset prefs, deleted and re-added the simulation.  The error keeps coming back.

 

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jslaught
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I just realized that I can still render if I turn off "stop on errors".   Still renders fine.

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michael_nielsen
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Hi,

Glad to hear you were able to proceed. FYI we have now fixed this error output issue, thanks for reporting it.

Cheers,

Michael



Michael Nielsen

Principal Engineer

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