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There are several situations in the [[:Category:SourceShaderEditor|shader editor]] where a certain color is used to visualize the state of an object on the canvas, this list provides an overview.
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There are several situations in the [[:Category:SourceShaderEditor|shader editor]] where a certain color is used to visualize the state of an object on the [[SourceShaderEditor/Ref_vocabulary#Canvas|canvas]], this list provides an overview.
  
== Nodes ==
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== [[SourceShaderEditor/Ref_vocabulary#Node|Nodes]] ==
 
* Outline color
 
* Outline color
 
** light blue - Missing inputs.
 
** light blue - Missing inputs.
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** green - Node has been solved successfully.
 
** green - Node has been solved successfully.
  
== Bridges ==
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== [[SourceShaderEditor/Ref_vocabulary#Bridge|Bridges]] ==
 
* light blue - Input is undefined.
 
* light blue - Input is undefined.
 
* black - Bridge is valid.
 
* black - Bridge is valid.

Revision as of 00:27, 21 July 2011


There are several situations in the shader editor where a certain color is used to visualize the state of an object on the canvas, this list provides an overview.

Nodes

  • Outline color
    • light blue - Missing inputs.
    • black - All inputs defined without issues.
    • red - One or more inputs show errors or the parent node is erroneous.
  • Base color
    • grey - Node cannot be solved due to missing or wrong inputs.
    • blue - Node is a child of a container node and currently unsolved.
    • green - Node has been solved successfully.

Bridges

  • light blue - Input is undefined.
  • black - Bridge is valid.
  • red - The target node has an error.

Canvas outline

  • invisible - The current preview shader matches the shader setup on the canvas.
  • grey - The preview shader is currently outdated.
  • flashing red - There was a compiler error.


Warning: Any type of visible error on the canvas will prohibit compilation of the respective hierachy.