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Detached arms with Arm-IK & Shoulder-Tag

Explorer ,
Dec 06, 2018

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I just updated Ch and added Arm IK to a puppet, that worked just fine before. Now when I walk, the arms just get detached from the shoulders and just swing on their own. When I delete the shoulder-taggs, they stick with the puppet again. Does anybody have an answer to why it is like that? The Arms are independent and Attached to "Auto".

I think I found out, how to fix this: Walk behaviour does not work when you define shoulders only in arms. I also defined shoulders on the body group and it works now.

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Detached arms with Arm-IK & Shoulder-Tag

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Dec 06, 2018

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I just updated Ch and added Arm IK to a puppet, that worked just fine before. Now when I walk, the arms just get detached from the shoulders and just swing on their own. When I delete the shoulder-taggs, they stick with the puppet again. Does anybody have an answer to why it is like that? The Arms are independent and Attached to "Auto".

I think I found out, how to fix this: Walk behaviour does not work when you define shoulders only in arms. I also defined shoulders on the body group and it works now.

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Dec 07, 2018

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I think I found out, how to fix this: Walk behaviour does not work when you define shoulders only in arms. I also defined shoulders on the body group and it works now.

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