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Status: Fixed in Unity 5.6.0

Votes

1

Found in

5.3.4p1

Issue ID

826180

Regression

No

[Mecanim] [Animation] When an interrupted transition occurs the OnStateExit for the next state currently playing is never called

Animation

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Priority: 7Not yet prioritized for a release

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Severity: 3Workaround is possible

We have a transition from state A to state B, with a reasonably long transition time (probably about 0.5s), and it allows interruptions (Interruption Source: Current State then Next State). There is an Any State transition to state C, with a trigger condition on it. State B has a State Machine Behaviour script attached to it.

If the condition for the transition from A to B is met, we begin transitioning from A to B, and we get B.OnStateEnter() being called. If the trigger condition for the Any State transition to state C becomes true before we have completed the transition to B, however, we transition to state C without seeing B.OnStateExit().

This resulted in things that we set up in OnStateEnter not being properly reset/cleared in OnStateExit.

To repro:
1: Open attached project
2: Enter play mode for Main scene
3: Inspect Animator attached to Test GameObject
4: Activate the GoAToB Trigger to start a 10 second transition from A to B, see OnStateEntry is called for B (printed to console)
5: Activate GoC Trigger (during the transition from A to B, to interrupt it) to do the Any State to C transition
6: OnStateExit is called for A but not for B (see console)

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