Settings 2.6

  • Hi, I have read the threads about the new settings but I have a hard time figuring the "saved to project" settings.


    For example, I worked on 3 projects yesterday and whenever I was starting a new one, even though the last project I worked on was "save to project" type, I start with the exact same settings in the new project. Now, I changed the settings for the new one and "saved to project" for every other new project I worked on that day. But my problem is when I come back to my previous project, even though the settings are for example: PROJECT01 which were "saved to project", well they still have properties from let's say PROJECT03... Like if they overide the general settings anyway...


    So I'm kind of stuck between settings understanding here...

  • I agree, I'm very confused by the new settings.


    To me, the default should be that settings stay with a specific project file. If you open a new project, Enscape's default values should be present, not whatever the last project was that you worked on. And if you're opening an existing project, the settings should pick up right where you left off. Saving and loading additional settings should only be necessary if you have more than one setup for the same project file, or want to transfer settings between projects. In most cases, it's better to start from scratch.

  • I agree, I'm very confused by the new settings.


    To me, the default should be that settings stay with a specific project file. If you open a new project, Enscape's default values should be present, not whatever the last project was that you worked on. And if you're opening an existing project, the settings should pick up right where you left off. Saving and loading additional settings should only be necessary if you have more than one setup for the same project file, or want to transfer settings between projects. In most cases, it's better to start from scratch.

    Really described it as it is, thank you! That's exactly what I am thinking. Hope this will get adressed or fixed soon.