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enter image description hereI was doing a project. Everything was great I setup models, scenes, animation was almost done. I did car physics: wheels, carcass with constraint. Simple stuff. Thing is I did animate this car and rigid body properties did not disappear till at some point I opened blend file and there was none(rigid bodies, rigid bodies constraint objects). After two days I still don't understand how and why they disappeared. What could possibly cause it? I can't recall my exact moves but I did nothing fancy just simple animation and scene setup. Blender version 2.80.53.

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  • $\begingroup$ It's called Blender StackExchange, not Dead Meme StackExchange. It would be actually extremely helpful, if you add screenshots of your scene into your question, instead of... whatever this is. Also, be aware that Blender 2.80 is still Beta and still not ready for production stuff. $\endgroup$ – metaphor_set Apr 27 at 17:03
  • $\begingroup$ Jesus Christ man what's wrong with having some fun. I can add screenshot but I don't think it's gonna help. It is beta but it's like basic stuff and I saw people already using it in production and Andrew Price said it's pretty stable, so I thought why not try. @metaphor_set $\endgroup$ – Poul Apr 27 at 17:45
  • $\begingroup$ Fun comes at a price, in this case the time of the person who tries to figure out, what you actually mean. (Technical) StackExchange is effective, because we not only keep dead memes out of the way, but also stop people from rambling about their lives, their family, their cats and dogs... Look at other well-received questions and compare them with yours. They are structured and coherent, have complete information and are generally easy to answer without asking a dozen questions in the comment section. $\endgroup$ – metaphor_set Apr 27 at 18:01
  • $\begingroup$ Are you serious right now? What are you doing? I can delete "whine about client" and that "i'm not pro.." but everything else is pretty much on point. Listen I understand you, yes question should be short and clear. But this is not the case for a short question. I add little bit about my situation, I didn't ask to explore it.@metaphor_set $\endgroup$ – Poul Apr 27 at 18:33
  • $\begingroup$ Why, yes, of course I'm dead serious. It's not so much about your content, it's about posting memes instead of meaningful images. And it's also a little bit about the effort people put into their questions (formatting, paragraphs - instead of a wall of text). The more effort you put in, the more likely people will put effort into their answers. $\endgroup$ – metaphor_set Apr 27 at 18:37

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