The input box for “Move” in studio’s Model tab will add to the end of the value instead of overwriting it, when selecting it.
It should be overwriting the value when you click on it, instead of adding to the value at the end when you click & type.
What are the steps that reproduce the bug?
Move your mouse cursor to the Move input box, click and move a pixel during that click. Moving the mouse (even slightly) while clicking will un-highlight the blue overwrite-selection, ruining what you were going to replace it with.
Repros 100% of the time if doing this, and happens often accidentally if your mouse is jiggly or you are moving it up to the box fast.
Where does the bug happen?
Studio, Windows 10
The video shows two attempts:
Attempt 1: the intended effect of replacing the highlighted text
(1 → 5)
Attempt 2: adds to the end of the text, skipping the highlight that would have replaced the text upon typing.
(5 → 57 instead of the intended 5 → 7)
This is because of the mouse moving at the moment of clicking, and it clears the highlight and unintentionally adds to the end of the string, causing frustration.
Its sometimes that it just randomizes the stud variations. It gets confused by it sometimes. It’s probably just the stud length that you try to put on, but it doesn’t listen. Its most likely a bug or probably just a error.
Can confirm, next week’s release will have a more comprehensive set of improvements to the Snap to Grid boxes which should resolve all of the existing issues with them (uncap minimum grid snap, fix typing problems, improve handling of zero, etc).
The repro mentions if you move the mouse cursor while clicking, this happens. In this video I was showing it off with 100% repro rate while typing 1 2 3 4 and carefully avoiding moving the mouse for 5
In the vid I’m intentionally doing it to show it off, but it was annoying me for years how it would happen seemingly randomly, maybe 1 in 5 or 10 times, while not intentionally moving the mouse while clicking; it just happens while quickly building