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Can't edit Cartoon eye controls
I used the faceSetup from your AS v. 3.7 to rig a face but I’m not able to edit the > Vertices(2) (eyeShapers 1-8 Controls). After rigging the face I do the Tweaks and “Convert the selected Control to SoftMod”, but It does not allow me to “Convert SoftMod back to Control”. The Convert tool works just fine when i edit the brows, nose, lips and cheek. Even after rigging and adding additional SoftMod’s to the face, I’m able to Convert them back and forth between Control / SoftMod. I’m using Maya 2012 SP2 x64.
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