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VR Comp Editor window panel can't show all "edits"

New Here ,
May 25, 2018

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Hi, on version 15.1.1 the UI panel does not scroll down to show all edits. I read it is a bug that will be fixed.

In the meantime, HOW CAN I ACCESS TO "properties" of the linked VRcomps to stabilize/track and above all REFRESH the "Output/render"??

Appreciate any help!

You are correct that the original composer script panel as well as the VR Comp Editor panel do not scroll, even as you add new edits.  This is a known limitation that we are trying to address, though as of this writing the fixes we have tried so far cause other serious bugs.  But the bug is still under active investigation, so please stay tuned.

Meanwhile, that is a very innovative workaround you discovered and documented above!

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VR Comp Editor window panel can't show all "edits"

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Hi, on version 15.1.1 the UI panel does not scroll down to show all edits. I read it is a bug that will be fixed.

In the meantime, HOW CAN I ACCESS TO "properties" of the linked VRcomps to stabilize/track and above all REFRESH the "Output/render"??

Appreciate any help!

You are correct that the original composer script panel as well as the VR Comp Editor panel do not scroll, even as you add new edits.  This is a known limitation that we are trying to address, though as of this writing the fixes we have tried so far cause other serious bugs.  But the bug is still under active investigation, so please stay tuned.

Meanwhile, that is a very innovative workaround you discovered and documented above!

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New Here ,
May 25, 2018

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Anyway, I found a way:

1 - I rename (action that breaks the linked expressions between VR comps) the comp, then it disappears from the VR-UI panel, leaving space for other VR comps.

2 - In case I need more actions in that comp, I rename it as it was, and woilà, it pos up in the panel again!

ps. need more check to discover if it works with several 3dplugin

Anyway ADOBE, please fix the bug!

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May 25, 2018 2
New Here ,
Oct 17, 2018

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I'd like to add that you have to rename a folder or composition that contains the parentheses. But yeah, it works. I hope they have a fix soon! Even in CC 2019 it's still a bug.

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Oct 17, 2018 1
Adobe Employee ,
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Hi everyone.  I was sincerely hoping to have some better news on this thread in the last release.  I also should have checked back in on this thread when the bug got deferred again.  I apologize to have you all waiting in vain for a fix that never came.  We still haven't forgotten about this limitation of the comp editor, and I will continue to poke the teams with the knowledge that customers are still working around it.  At this time I cannot update any promise about when a fix or a better workflow will be available. 

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Jan 14, 2019 1
Adobe Employee ,
Jun 11, 2018

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You are correct that the original composer script panel as well as the VR Comp Editor panel do not scroll, even as you add new edits.  This is a known limitation that we are trying to address, though as of this writing the fixes we have tried so far cause other serious bugs.  But the bug is still under active investigation, so please stay tuned.

Meanwhile, that is a very innovative workaround you discovered and documented above!

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Jun 11, 2018 1
Community Beginner ,
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Hi! the problem persists, or am I wrong?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jun 19, 2018

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You're not wrong -- the VR Comp Editor panel is an embedded script UI panel that does not currently support scrolling, but we're working on making it support scrolling.  I hope to have some good news soon.

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Hi, has it changed something about it or we are still waiting in vain? thanks

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Aug 17, 2018

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I ran into the problem today, so yes we are still waiting in vain!

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Explorer ,
Jan 15, 2019

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I have a simple workaround for this problem:

- As you can see in picture 1, I have a lot of folders with VR footage in them. Make sure all your VR compositions from 1 file are in 1 folder.

- If you want to see your footage that is all the way at the bottom of your project window in the VR Comp Editor, just add an '*' to the filename of your folder. ( picture 2)

- That's it, just remove or add '*' to your folder name and your footage will appear on top in the VR Comp Editor.

None of your links will break if you put the together in the right folder.

VR comp editor fix.jpg

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Community Beginner ,
May 20, 2019

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Sorry, but I can't understand how Adobe has not EVEN found a simpler solution to this matter. I consider it an important topic in my daily work.

Thank you @ellen Andries for your help!!

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