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Old 05-02-2018, 09:51 PM   #1
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Is there a way to use CAT poses as a slave in Reaction Manager?

Hi,
I was using morphs for facial rigging purposes. However I have heard it is an old technique there is a set of disadvantages I reached. So I decided to make a few facial bones instead. I had "say a", "say o"... morphs before but now I am going to make relevant poses. So I want now to have the same easy access to "say a", "say o"... functionality by moving relevant sliders. It was easy to achieve before by connecting the slider (master) with the morph (slave) using Reaction Manager. Is there any way I could make it using a new setup (as I haven't found a way to use a pose as a slave)?
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yes you can but do not need to. you can put the poses on an adjustment layer. and put it at 100 when you want the pose. zero to turn it off
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Greattyree! Thank you:
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yes you can but do not need to. you can put the poses on an adjustment layer. and put it at 100 when you want the pose. zero to turn it off
Thank you tyree, I wanted to include more slaves - not just the one with the pose but I've decided to add some script to achieve the same result and looks like it works!
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