As some of you may have seen, we’ve been doing some quality of life updates to various parts of Studio including the terrain tools. We have some more improvements to the terrain tools planned, with some being very straightforward (fixing conditions that cause errors) and some involving behavior tweaks to different tools.
Based on the feedback we received from you, we have begun to roll out a new Terrain Quality of Life (QOL) features and improvements beta. If you would prefer to opt-out of the new QOL beta features, you can do so through the beta features menu in Studio.
The first change in this beta will be adding an “Ignore Parts” option to the various terrain tools to address your feedback.
For information on future changes/additions, please follow this thread as we will be updating this post as we add behavior-changing features to the beta. If you observe a problematic behavior change in the terrain tools as a result of this beta, please provide feedback here, and if the issue negatively impacts your workflow, you can temporarily disable the Terrain Quality of Life beta using the standard Studio beta features tool.
Once we’ve addressed all the major changes we plan to release in the next few months, we will remove the beta opt-out option and fully deploy the new improvements!