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http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/tutorials/_/scene-panel-r3 When I hold control down and left-click on the lights, it ignores either control key, and instead selects only the one that I just clicked on. If I continue to use this software, this will waste an enormous amount of time if it's not fixed. However, I can select multiple faces by holding the control key. (this is a major bug or logical error) When I click on an object that's already selected in the top-left viewport, it gets deselected in the scene panel. (just an annoyance, but it needs fixed) When I hit the delete key when the object is selected, it won't delete. I have to use the delete button on the toolbar. (either a bug or a logical error?) When I select an object like a cylinder or box, and I type in 90.0 degrees, nothing happens when I hit enter. I have to click out of the text box for its rotation to change. (either a bug or a logical error?) In tutorial 7, when I was creating the leaf material, it applies the last-used normal map to my leaf material when I chose the diffuse+normal+alphamask.shader file. (this is a major bug or logical error) When I try dragging a material file in the assets tab over to the brush I want to use, nothing happens. The cursor just shows the hand icon like it's over a hyperlink, and it doesn't show anything getting dragged. (just an annoyance, but it needs fixed) I just created a cylinder. The wood material was already selected before I created it, so it looks like wood. When I click on "X" to clear the material in the Appearance tab under the Scene tab, it removes wood.mat from the text box, but when I click on something else, or click on empty space in the top-left viewport, it still has the wood material. When I select the cylinder again, the text has returned. It still has the wood material assigned to it. (this is a major bug or logical error) I know you would usually have a material on an object, but in this case, I want to create a plain object without any texture. Is that possible to do after you created an object and applied a material to it? This is all I have found so far. I also don't have as many buttons on my main toolbar as the person who made the tutorial, and I have the Professional Edition "DLC" installed. I'm learning how to do stuff at a nice pace, but if these are problems with the software itself, then I'm merely reporting them so they can be fixed. If these are problems because of my own ignorance, please tell me what I'm doing wrong, however, I'm pretty sure most of them are not operator errors. I have Leadwerks Editor I'm using Linux. I can provide any other information about my system if it's relevant. For the most part, I like this ide. Please fix these bugs. Thanks