Paint weights tool. Vertex snaps to grid!

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  12 December 2012
Unhappy Paint weights tool. Vertex snaps to grid!

Hi,

I'm new to rigging I wanted to remove weights from the coat which is influenced by the shin bone. I used "paint weights tool"(holding Ctrl).. but some of the vertex on the coat gets snapped to the grid. Don't know why this happens.
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  12 December 2012
They're not actually snapping to the grid - they are jumping to the origin as they now have no controlling influence. You need to assign new influence(s) to those points - they can't be controlled by "nothing".
 
  12 December 2012
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Thank you so much! I'll work on that.

Please help me with this. I applied humanIK (skeleton menu -> humanIK). Snapped humanIK joints with joints in my rig. Assigned the controls of my rig to the points in the custom rig tab.

I used one of the mo-cap example as source but character is not moving. It remains in stance position.
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  12 December 2012
Nevermind

It worked! I had to remove the rig controls from the character set that I had created.
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