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    game mode changes look?

    Hi all,

    I am trying to figure out why this is happening. I have never had this happen to me before.

    When I toggle on game mode ( hit the g key ) it shows the results of my post process volume settings. So it turns them on and off. I have never had that happen before. Is that normal?

    Issue is I want to take screen grabs showing my ppvolume settings but it shows the lights and reflection spheres as well as camera in the scene.

    What did I do wrong?

    Thanks

    Alex






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    The G key toggles Game view which means it shows/hides all icons, volumes, gizmo etc on the scene, nothing abnormal here
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      #3
      I understand that, and I agree with you. But my issue is the g key actual turns on and off my settings. Notice how the 2 images are different looks?

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        #4
        Hum, the difference is too subbtle for me, but sometimes ago in my project I had an actor that I set to invisible in the world outliner, and its visibility was toggled with G. I've tried to reproduce this behavior but without success so I've supposed it was a bug.
        I've just tried with a PP and no way to have your issue
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          #5
          Can you "Reset Viewport" in the Viewport > Show option? The bottom screenshot looks like a scene-referred linear image, which may be from the tonemapper being disabled in the Post-Process section of the Show tab. AFAIK, the Post-Post Process volume can't be toggled, so it's something with the viewport since it has two modes that can store separate settings between game and editor mode, as you're seeing.
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            #6
            Not sure what I did exactly but its totally fine now. I think I hit the "default" in the Show bye accident. Now it works fine.

            Thanks for the help.

            Alex

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