I need to spawn various things but with separate materials because I need
to access the material links (value/rgb) on each object separately for
individual color modulation.
I get the color modulation going, no problem, but obviously they share the same
material, so all of them do the same thing.
I need to be able to apply color modulation individually per instance.
I think I need to clone/duplicate the material at runtime when the object spawns?
Or add a new one per instance? Not sure. Maybe I think too complicated.
Usually in other engines there is something like “unique per instance” or “local to scene” or stuff like that so that changing a value is unique to the instance and doesn’t affect all of them. But I guess we have to code this behaviour ourselves. Any ideas?
So it seems that custom material shaders have some problems.
For example: This looks (still) correct to me:
However when running this (or my own take on that), I get this:
at Function.haxe_io_Bytes.ofData (<anonymous>:7671:13)
at Function.kha_LoaderImpl.loadBlobFromDescription (<anonymous>:25712:48)
at Function.kha_Assets.loadBlobFromPath (<anonymous>:24799:17)
at Function.iron_data_Data.getBlob (<anonymous>:9821:13)
at Function.iron_data_Data.getSceneRaw (<anonymous>:9657:17)
at Function.iron_data_ShaderData.parse (<anonymous>:10868:17)
at Function.iron_data_Data.getShader (<anonymous>:9627:23)
at new iron_data_MaterialData (<anonymous>:10536:17)
at Function.iron_data_Data.getSceneRaw (<anonymous>:9645:3)
Did anything change in the definitions?
Would like to ping @BlackGoku36 here…