Models go stiff when adding items? (Bug?)

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Models go stiff when adding items? (Bug?)

Postby The_Chronicle_GER » Sat Jul 25, 2020 11:27 pm

In the most current version (11.8.9) there seems to be a bug in the function "Options -> Add to .." - I stumbled upon that a couple of times already and its giving me problems making my works...

When I add an item to the model I want to get this item - last test was with the male warrior model from Metin2 and the highest-level two-handed blade from the same game - the model goes stiff. It doesn't react to being posed anymore, but the settings can still be applied. This happens even when I load a pre-saved pose from the .pose files! Could this be a bug?
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Re: Models go stiff when adding items? (Bug?)

Postby XNAaraL » Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:19 am

The_Chronicle_GER wrote:In the most current version (11.8.9) there seems to be a bug in the function "Options -> Add to .." - I stumbled upon that a couple of times already and its giving me problems making my works...

When I add an item to the model I want to get this item - last test was with the male warrior model from Metin2 and the highest-level two-handed blade from the same game - the model goes stiff. It doesn't react to being posed anymore, but the settings can still be applied. This happens even when I load a pre-saved pose from the .pose files! Could this be a bug?

You are sure that you really have "the most current version of XPS 11.8.9" ? You are really sure that you have the patch level "Update 22/06/2020" ?

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