​Visualizer.RenderObject duration zero doesnt work as expected


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The API says:


void RenderObject ( Object object, vec4 color, float duration = 0.0f ) 
    Renders an object wireframe.
    Object object - Object, which wireframe will be rendered.
    vec4 color - Color, in which the wireframe will be rendered.
    float duration - Time period (in seconds) during which the rendered element shall be displayed. 0 - means "display forever" (default).


I made a script to visualize some debug information, when i click the defined button, the callback is as follows:

Visualizer.Enabled = wiremesh_enabled;	// its true, i checked
Visualizer.RenderObject(some_object, new vec4(1,0,0,1)); // duration 0 = forever

When i run the script, it shows nothing for the wireframe.
But the same script, changing only the duration to something above zero, it works as expected.


Engine version: ver- (using C#)
OS: Windows 7 x64



Edited by gamedev2020
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Thank you for the test code. It looks like it's a bug in documentation. 0 shows wireframe for a single frame (as it was before 2.12 update). To set the infinity time for wireframe rendering you can use following constant: Unigine.MathLib.INFINITY:

Visualizer.RenderObject(some_object, new vec4(1,0,0,1), Unigine.MathLib.INFINITY);


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