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Default Set Pose - 10-12-2005, 01:27 PM

How do I use set pose? I'm looking for a quick way to get a character back to a normal standing position to start another movement and wondering if set pose can do that, but I can't figure out how to use it.
   
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Default 10-13-2005, 12:02 AM

Using poses is perfect for what you are describing.

To capture a pose, first adjust the object the way you want. In this case, it would be the normal standing position. Make sure the object is selected and click on the properties tab of the object's details (in the lower left of the screen). Click on "capture pose" and name the resulting tile whatever you want. Now you can adjust the object again (and create another pose if you wish). When you want to recall that pose, you can drag it into your method or, if you want to make an immediate change, right click on the object and select methods > set pose > [pose].
   
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Default Modify a pose? - 07-27-2006, 02:12 PM

Suppose I've created a pose, but want to adjust it. How can I modify it? If you delete the old pose you delete the references, so you can't delete and rename to the old name. I could limit references using a method, but that seems the hard way to do this. I keep finding that everything I want to do in Alice is generally there, but it takes some finding, so anyone help me find this one?
   
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