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gregdowning said almost 13 years ago:Just tried this in Maya 2009. It does work well. Load the script then type randKey in your script editor and the window pops up. Select the keys you would like randomized in the Graph editor, enter some values and hit the Rand buttons..
vsidwell said almost 14 years ago:I cant get this to work anymore. I tried in 2008 and 2009. It doesnt give me an error - and doesnt open a window. :(
velocitysaak said about 15 years ago:Excelent script, works perfectly. Used it to randomize the CV's of a cliff face. This was from a tip in the "Maya 6 Killer Tips" book by Eric Hanson, pg 57.