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Fixed in 2021.3.29f1, 2022.2.18f1, 2023.1.0a23
VFX Graph Gradient Node intensifies color on Particle Emissions excessively when connected to Random Number Node
1. Open the user's attached "VFXEmissionBugExample.zip" project
2. Open SampleScene in Assets/Scenes folder
3. Open "Emission Example.vfx" in the Assets folder
4. Observe Sample Gradient Node Time value (= 1)
5. Observe Cube in Game View
6. Connect Random Number Node output "r" (min <=> max = 1) to the Sample Gradient Node input "Time"
7. Observe Cube in the Game View
Expected result: Cube Particles glow in orange color normally
Actual result: Cube Particles glow in orange color excessively
Reproducible with: 12.0.0 (2021.2.0b9, 2022.1.0a6)
Couldn't test with: 7.7.1 (2019.4.30f1) - the scene becomes white (possibly downgrading issue), 10.6.0 (2020.3.17f1), 11.0.0 (2021.1.19f1) - when random number applied, the Emission example Cube becomes black with a few colored dots (possibly downgrading issue)
The issue reproduces only when the Random Number Node Seed is set to Per Particle.
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