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2011, 2010, 2009, 2008
Version HistoryChanged in 2011.1:
- implemented a rotation of the current brush in place mode using the shift key in addition to the shuffling of the brush objects with control key.
- implemented the first pass of rampFX
- added a continuous transform option for the place mode to restore a functionality lost with 2011.0
- added up offset
- added jitter
Changed in 2011.0:
- fix the crash when running the script with Maya 2011
- fix the bug with distance threshold and non centimeters based unit system
- fix UI scale when running the script with pre-2011 Maya and a Mac (couldn't test it, but the problem should be fixed)
Changed in 0.93:
- major bug fix with scene units when not configured for centimeters (oops)
Changed in 0.92:
- bug fix attempt for the UI window size issue on Mac
- started rewriting the place mode context to allow for more interactivity (in place mode: try dragging the mouse before releasing the left button)
Changed in 0.91:
- complete rewrite of the script into a full python module, it should run significantly faster than the previous MEL/Python hybrid.
- added some functionality
- fixed some weird bugs