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beyazpiyon said over 3 years ago:Still works in Maya 2017 like a charm, this is fantastic!
A.v.Wallenstein said about 8 years ago:Fantastic script. Still works in 2014, does exactly what it's supposed to do and saved me a ton of headache and work.
xzxzx said over 9 years ago:nice script. Very helpful if you using wrap deformer. Thnx!
mattschiller said over 13 years ago:From my testing, I have found copy skin weights using the closest point on surface option produces nearly identical results with hardly any calculation time.
Firas Ershead said over 13 years ago:its what i was thinking to do .... its great.. thanks, Firas. www.firas3d.com
chadmv said over 13 years ago:Does this offer any advantage over just copying skin weights from your body to the clothing?