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Joints misalign when loading saved shapes

Submitted bybrandelan brandelan
Heya, so here's the workflow.  I make my rig, futz with it, get my control shapes all set up, then noticed an issue, so I saved out my shapes and deleted the rig.

I then fixed the issue, and re-built the rig, and when I loaded the control shapes, the roll joints in the legs went screwy.

The roll joints in the leg bow inward.

Having to re-shape my controls after every re-rig would be really annoying. 

Comments on this bug:

  • brandelan

    brandelan said about 10 years ago:

    Alright, to fix this, I went into the .ma of the control shapes that your tool saves. I removed any chunks of code that began with: if (`objExists boyRevised_r_Leg_Lower_Curve.... if (`objExists boyRevised_l_Leg_Lower_Curve... if (`objExists boyRevised_l_Arm_Lower_Curve... if (`objExists boyRevised_l_Arm_Upper_Curve... I assume that your save shapes tool accidentally saves the roll joint curve info and does something hinky when it saves them?
  • Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said about 10 years ago:

    Yeah the curves that the roll joints are attached to are likely added to the controls that are being saved. In the next update I will make sure they are excluded. Thanks for the detailed description, it makes my life a lot easier for me to determine what's wrong.
  • Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said about 10 years ago:

    I fixed this bug in version 1.2.2 so new rigs will no longer have this problem. Let me know if it works correctly now for you. Thanks! -Dustin

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