Failed to find child for element 'constant

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tomasbird
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Failed to find child for element 'constant

Post by tomasbird » Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:47 am

Hi all,
I've recently instaled new version of Blendigo and Indigo, tried to run some scene to test it, but I get this crap:

SceneLoaderExcep: Failed to find child for element 'constant' - Child should be one of 'blackbody', 'peak', 'regular_tabulated', 'rgb', 'uniform'. (In element 'constant', around line 103, column 17)

Any idea how to fix it please?

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Re: Failed to find child for element 'constant

Post by CTZn » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:32 am

Indigo throwing a scene error ? Ask your exporter writer first !

It is the exporter writing the scene down, and only its writer knows what is going on in this regard.
obsolete asset

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Re: Failed to find child for element 'constant

Post by tomasbird » Sun Nov 28, 2010 9:05 am

It was all working in previous version of Indigo...

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Re: Failed to find child for element 'constant

Post by fused » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:07 pm

Which version of indigo and blendigo are you using exactly?

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Re: Failed to find child for element 'constant

Post by Doug Armand » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:04 pm

tomasbird wrote:Hi all,
I've recently instaled new version of Blendigo and Indigo, tried to run some scene to test it, but I get this crap:

SceneLoaderExcep: Failed to find child for element 'constant' - Child should be one of 'blackbody', 'peak', 'regular_tabulated', 'rgb', 'uniform'. (In element 'constant', around line 103, column 17)

Any idea how to fix it please?
Check any of your materials that are set for Light Emission and make sure that you have a valid Spectrum Type selected?
Doug

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