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C3 allows the user to create custom character control interfaces. Any number of characters may be stored in the interface. Interfaces are saved to the project directory. When the character is switched its interface is loaded. Each button selects a user defined character control. The user can also define a tool to be switched to when the button is pressed: select, move, rotate, scale. The interface can be viewed as a window or a pane layout. The user can access these options by clicking on the option box for C3 in the Keegan menu.
-Camera attributes are now in the setup window, making it easier
for the user to center the character in the interface.
-Mirror buttons allows the user to quickly create symmetrical controls.
-The new "Tool" option allows the user to save a manipulation tool in
the button: move, rotate, scale. The tool is switched when
the button is pressed. Because of this new feature interfaces saved in
C3 1.0 cannot be imported into C3 2.0.
-If a button contains no object it is not transferred to the final interface.
-Interface can now be viewed in a window or pane view.
-In pane mode the interface contains a channel box and layer editor.
-Multi-Select button added, allowing the user to select multiple