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Fixed in 2017.2.X
[DrawMeshInstancedIndirect] ComputeBuffer set to MaterialPropertyBlock doesn't take effect when drawing a mesh
1. Open attached project
2. Open "test" scene
3. Hit play and notice that mesh is drawn in gray color
4. Select "test" game object in hierarchy and disable "Use Property Block"
5. Now hit play and notice that shape is drawn in red color
Expected: In both situations mesh color is red because the only difference is how compute buffer is set (directly or not).
Actual: When color is set through MeterialPropertyBlock with ComputeBuffer it doesn't effect Graphics.DrawMeshInstancedIndirect.
Reproduced with : 5.6.0a3, 5.6.0b10, 5.6.0f3, 5.6.1p1, 2017.1.0b6, 2017.2.0a1
Was not able to test on earlier versions of Unity because of not available features, which were introduced in 5.6 version.
Workaround: Setting compute buffer to a material with Material.SetBuffer (directly).
Fixed in 2017.2.0a2
Backported to: 5.6.2p3, 2017.1.0f3
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Jan 06, 2018 14:28
This is working for me in 2017.2.1f1 but its broken again in 2017.3.0f3 and 2018.1.0b1