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2008, 8.x, 7.x, 6.x, 5.x
- Added "Select Moved Verts" button to select vertices that have been moved relative to the base mesh.
- Added a popupMenu to "Revert Selected to Base" button to revert by a given percentage.
- Added a slider to dynamically revert selected verts to base object. The slider only works on vertex selections, not on the object level (too slow).
- You can now specify alternate versions of the base mesh to revert to.
- Improved performance of revert.
v1.6: It should now work in Maya 8.
v1.7.1: Added operations menu which allows you to copy, add and subtract blendshapes from one another.
v1.9: Added "Attempt To Restore Symmetry" to (new) "Tools" menu. It's really only meant to work on meshes that have a few asymmetric vertices.
v1.91: Added float field to the revert slider. Fixed issue with duplicate menu name preventing script from loading.