I wish this @email@example.com dialogue had more details. What layer is the offending object on? Where in the appearance stack did things go awry? Maybe I'd like to find out which object did this - how about a button to select the offending object, unlocking whatever containing objects may be locked?
Programmers get line numbers where the compilers break. Artists... don't.
@anthracite I'd not really thought about this in terms of how programmers get line numbers (usually) when things break, but I totally agree. Been wrestling with an addon for blender for hours now, and I'd probably have fixed it already if I actually knew *why* it was giving seemingly incorrect values >_>
@anthracite IDK, for the shape of my head, "guaranteed unhelpful" is easier to cope with than "one knight lies, one 50% tells the truth, one knight rolls a biased 3d12 to determine whether to lie, you have two questions and a magic chicken that can tell you if the last answer was a lie"