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Hi all, this is a python script to align objects inside maya like 3dsmax's one (with interactive feedback)
Installation (V1.0.0): 1-Download and install PyQT for maya
PyQT for maya 2012 X64 (Windows): https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1633130/PyQt%20x64/Maya%202012/PyQt-Py2.6-x64-gpl-4.8.3-1.exe
PyQT for maya 2013 X64 (Windows): https://www.box.com/s/8680f07a877a96972570
-From PyQt copy the folder -site-package to your maya/python/lib directory
2-Change the line uiFile='D:/Projects/Programming/Maya/Python scripts/AlignObjects/AlignObjects.ui' to point to the path of the "AlignObjects.ui" file.
3-Simply run it in maya, you may want to add it as a button in a custom shelf.
Installation (V1.2.0 Maya 2014 or greater): -Since maya 2014 is using PySide, The new version of AlignTool 1.2.0 uses PySide instead of PyQt, so what you need to do is just change the line that points to your ui file, no need for external files..that's all.