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Created:10/02/2013
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Control Curve Resize & Selector

Date:12/18/2013
Submitted by: Akira Ando Akira Ando
Dustin

On the control curve resizing function [mirror] checked, it seems not working. [mirror] checked off I was able to resize via RRM panel.
Is this a bug? or just me?? I retry with empty new scene, having just your rig, the result was the same.

Also, on the Slector interface, Arm [ik>fk] [fk>ik] buttons, it's acting confusing... It seems to me acts opposite against what it says on the panel. I don't know clear idea of what it should act, so not sure but something weird to me.

Please check and let me know.
Cheers

Akira

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    Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said over 5 years ago:

    Hi Akira, In version 1.0.8 I have fixed the issue with mirroring when resizing controls. Cheers! Dustin
  • Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said over 5 years ago:

    Hi Akira, That is a new bug with the controller resize. I will fix that in the next update. Thanks for letting me know about that :) The FK>IK and IK>FK should work as expected. FK>IK - match FK controls to IK controls and switch to FK mode. IK>FK - match IK controls to FK controls and switch to IK mode. The reason why FK>IK switches to FK mode on your controls is because you are matching your FK to your IK. If you want to have your FK controls line up to your IK, then it is logical that you want to now switch to FK mode, which is what happens. The opposite is true for IK>FK. Hope that makes sense.

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