PostProcessManager error with EditorSceneManager?

Alright, this is weird, it it just sort of happened, I don't know why.
I'm getting two errors, which are:

Library\PackageCache\com.unity.postprocessing@2.0.3-preview\PostProcessing\Runtime\PostProcessManager.ce(424, 66): error SC0117: 'EditorSceneManager' does not contain a definition for 'IsGameObjectInScene'


Library\PackageCache\com.unity.postprocessing@2.0.3-preview\PostProcessing\Runtime\PostProcessManager.ce(425, 66): error SC0117: 'EditorSceneManager' does not contain a definition for 'IsGameObjectInMainScenes'

And so I checked, and it seems like I don't have this package on my pc, I have postprocessing@2.0.15

And I tried to import Unity's Post Processing pack from the asset store, but nothing new.

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Have the same issue, got any news?

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Same here. happened right after I imported the free Unity Particle pack. Free but coming with plenty of serious issues.

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Same here. To fix this, you can delete path/to/game//Library/PackageCache/ the post processing folder

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It works. Thanks

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For me, updating the “Post Processing” package to the verified version in the package manager fixed it.

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Same error here and right after importing the Unity Particles Pack

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where is this file?

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For me, updating the "Post Processing" package to the verified version in the package manager fixed it.

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Thanks so much you saved my life there!

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I suggest to update the Post Processing instead of deleting it. To update just go to Window > Package Manager and switch the view from In Project to All. Select Postprocessing in the list. Then update it the latest version.

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THANKS SO MUCH …
TOTALLY WORKS :slight_smile:

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Life saver my dude

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OU ARE MY LORD AND SAVIOR[quote=“includestyle, post:11, topic: 742283, username:includestyle”]
I suggest to update the Post Processing instead of deleting it. To update just go to Window > Package Manager and switch the view from In Project to All. Select Postprocessing in the list. Then update it the latest version.
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YOU ARE MY LORD AND SAVIOR!

Solved in the latest version 2019.3.13f1 :slight_smile:

Dude, thanks! I had the exact same issue. This needs to be spread farther for everyone who didn’t update to the latest version of Unity like Azmalbator said above. Once everyone updates and Unity gets the kinks out, this whole thing will likely be irrelevant, but it’s a nice thing to know how to fix.

Thanks

Thanks…it work

Thank you, it worked.

Updating post processing worked for me thanks !