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 Editor: Known Issues. 


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      Posted: 21 Dec 2006 17:25 Profile United States

Q: America's Army Editor: I seem to be missing viewports?
A: When the Editor is launched, the viewports will appear to be missing or all white. To resolve this issue simply go to "View > Viewports > Configure ...", select one of the options and click OK.

Q: America's Army Editor: When I launch the editor, my screen seems too bright?
A: When the Editor is launched the brightness/gamma will be increased.
Adjustments to the gamma can be made in "View > Gamma Options"

Q: America's Army Editor: I can't select objects or brushes by right or left clicking?
A: This issue is specific to systems with ATI graphics cards and occurs due to Anti-Aliasing and/or Anisotropic Filtering being enabled. Disabling these settings has been shown to resolve the problem.

Q: America's Army Editor: Unable to move the Editor from one monitor to the other (Dual Monitor set-up)
A: This issue is specific to systems with ATI graphics cards. To resolve this issue, click the View menu and uncheck the "Automatically reposition windows".

Q: America's Army Editor: Why can't I resize the asset browser window in the editor? (i.e. texture browser, actor browser, sound browser, etc.)
A: You will need to make a change to Windows to allow resizing of the asset browser windows.

    1. Right click on 'My Computer' and select 'Properties'.
    2. Select the 'Advanced' tab up top.
    3. Click the 'Settings' button in the 'Performance' section.
    4. Uncheck the 'Show window contents while dragging' checkbox.
    5. Hit 'OK' at the bottom.
    6. You should now be able to freely resize any editor asset browser window.

Last updated: 4th of January, 2007.


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