Photoshop Layer not showing in CH

Explorer ,
Nov 09, 2020 Nov 09, 2020

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hey all,

 

For some reason my alt body is not showing in CH...It was working perfectly..then it just isnt showing..I see it in photoshop...I save the file..CH updates the "eye" is filled in CH to show the layer but nothing?..my other alt bodies work perfect...I have deleted the layer in photoshop and remade/renamed it, but it still doesnt showing up..

 

Hope that makes sense :P.

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LEGEND ,
Nov 09, 2020 Nov 09, 2020

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The three most common reasons I know of are:

- There is a trigger or something (a swap set) hiding the layer

- you used a photoshop feature ch does not support

- the software is throwing a temper tantrum (internal corruption)

 

Can you provide a screenshot of rigging hierarchy?

if you import artwork to create a second puppet, does layer appear?

Are there any unusual effects on the layer in photoshop?

 

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Looks like it was the software having a tantrum...I couldnt see any issues with the trigger/swaps etc as the layout was identical to working ones..I decided to open a new document and move the layers over one at a time and created a new save...this fixed the issue..everything worked instantly as it should have.

 

thinking the .psd was glitchy or something...thanks for the help.

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