I can not edit the tweening method from the drop down in the keyframe editor, 3d tweening is disabled, however the box remains greyed out. I can right click on a point on the curve editor and change it per point on curve, but this is very cumbersome. This used to work. Am I missing something? Note that if I toggle the check box on/off on one of the object transforms (X, Y or Z) the tweening gui becomes usable. This looks like a bug, but maybe I’m doing something not expected. I’m using Rhino 6 with the 2/9/18 Bongo release. Here is a video showing this issue/ https://aws1.discourse-cdn.com/mcneel/uploads/default/original/3X/f/1/f10be766c4c71c9d12abdd5bfbda671e4e685463.mp4
Indeed this is a bug. It only occurs in Rhino 6 (not in v5). When an object is newly animated (whatever method is used) the Tweening section in the keyframeeditor remains grayed-out.
I’ve made an entry in the bug tracker. Thank you for reporting.
Yes, v6 issue, not v5. Thanks. Is Bongo not using a public bug tracking system like Rhino so I can check the status and bother you if it’s not making progress?
Bongo uses the same bug tracker as Rhino. Here is the link to “your” bug.
when I click on the issue link I see a “you do not have permissions” page on jetbrains. Is there any status update on this bug? it makes bongo for v6 unusable for me
You can view the issue now. There hasn’t been any movement on the issue yet.
Having the same issue here. Tying to make work a workaround inside the curve editor. The tweening mode can be changed but it is a bit tedious. Looking forward to updates on this issue.