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"Rapid Rig: Advanced" - Auto Rig 2.3.8 for Maya (maya script)

This is a tool that will set up a customizable rig for a bipedal character

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Compatibility

  • 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 9.x, 2009, 2008

Operating Systems

  • Linux
  • Mac
  • Windows

History

Created:12/20/2009
Last Modified:03/13/2019
File Size: 151 KB

Keywords

maya, Rig, fk, autorig, auto-rig

Bugs

Wrist Control Scaling Cycle

Statuspending
Prioritylow
Date09/18/2010
Submitted byNikhil Venkatesh Nikhil Venkatesh
Hi Dustin,

Again thanks for the script. It's a life saver. I just noticed that all my character files have these four lines when they open up

// File read in 1 seconds. //
// Warning: Cycle on 'lWristIKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected.  (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) //
// Warning: Cycle on 'lWristFKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected.  (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) //
// Warning: Cycle on 'rWristIKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected.  (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) //
// Warning: Cycle on 'rWristFKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected.  (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) //

I don't really scale the wrist ever, but thought you should know about it.

Nikhil

Comments on this bug:

  • Nikhil Venkatesh

    Nikhil Venkatesh said about 11 years ago:

    That was on Maya 2010. On 2011, I'm only getting problems with the Ik controllers. I'm using all student editions on a mac. // File read in 2 seconds. // Warning: Cycle on 'lWristIKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected. (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) // // Warning: Cycle on 'rWristIKC.scale' may not evaluate as expected. (Use 'cycleCheck -e off' to disable this warning.) // // Warning: This file is from an older version of Maya. If saved, it will not be readable by previous versions. // Nikhil
  • Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said about 11 years ago:

    Hey Nikhil, I am not sure what is causing that, but I will definitely look into it. In the mean time, if you find those warnings are slowing down Maya's performance, you can just input and execute the following into the script editor or command line: cycleCheck -e off That will get rid of the warnings for that session. It appears that warnings are showing up as soon as you open the file, but do you happen to know what caused the warnings? I am trying to duplicate the problem, so any additional info you can give me would be great. Dustin
  • Nikhil Venkatesh

    Nikhil Venkatesh said about 11 years ago:

    Hey, I'm not exactly sure what's causing it, but I opened up a new project, blank scene and ran the script to create a skeleton with a mesh, and it's still giving me those warnings when I open up the file again. It doesn't seem to be doing anything weird though. I scaled the hands a bit and they seem to be working fine. It isn't really affecting performance or anything, but I just thought you should know about it. Nikhil
  • Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said about 11 years ago:

    Yeah, I was able to get it to happen. I will see if I can figure it out. Unfortunately the warnings aren't that informative :) Dustin

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