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Fixed in 2018.3

Fixed in 2018.2

Votes

0

Found in

2018.1.2f1

Issue ID

1051325

Regression

No

Timeline throws FormatException error when computer locale is set to one using comma as decimal separator

Timeline

-

Prerequisites to reproduce:
1. Open Regional Settings
2. Go to Formats tab
3. Set format to Russian (Russia)

Steps to reproduce:
1. Create a new Unity project (or open the user-submitted one)
2. Set the .NET Scripting Runtime Version to 4.6 (if starting off a new project)
3. Import Cinemachine (if starting off a new project)
4. Create a timeline on an empty game object
5. Create a Cube, set its position to (1, 0, 0) (IMPORTANT! Everything seems to work correctly with the position set to (0, 0, 0))
6. Drag the Cube onto the timeline created in #4. Select to create a new Animation Track
7. Press the Record button
8. Try to move the Cube along the X-axis
9. Observe the error and failure to record that keyframe

Note: see the user-submitted reproduction video in the comments if any of the steps is not clear

Expected result: timeline does not break and the object's movements are recorded
Actual result: timeline appears to be broken and the object's movements do not register (it also throws a FormatException error)

Reproduced with: 2017.1.5f1, 2017.4.9f1, 2018.2.0f2, 2018.3.0a7

Comments (2)

  1. F490470d9d42c7e9dfc4c96a6b829088?d=mm

    unity_ikNl322_Itv0uw

    May 08, 2019 05:41

    You can tell shortly that without internet their is no life http://internetexplorerwindows10.com so you can see that from here that how you can use this browser to make this and also how to save that important files in the internet explorer.

  2. F7dd45640ced2bc8b5c72357650d18fd?d=mm

    dvoidis

    Feb 24, 2019 08:40

    Just got this issue in Linux running 2017.4.20f2

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