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Old 06-21-2013, 10:26 PM   #1
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Exclamation Quick select set history?

Hey dudes! I got a question.

I'm making 'quick select set' to select all of my characters controls and It works fine, but when I made a change to the rig I had to remake the 'quick select set' to include a new control. No problem. But when I make this new 'quick select set' the new control doesn't get added. I'll select the new 'quick select set', then key everything and when I click on my new control it hasn't been keyed. If I name my 'quick select set' something else (other than "ALL") then the new control gets included and keyed with the other controls. It's like there is some sort of 'quick select set' history that remembers that my old set, named "ALL", only included my original controls and not the new one I added.

Is there a way to delete the history the 'quick select set' is associated with other than deleting it from the toolbar?

I'm never posted here before but I'm looking to get involved in the community. I appreciate any help you can lend me.

Thanks dudes!
Old 06-27-2013, 06:15 AM   #2
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Update: Found the solution

I know I'm new and this question might have been hard so I understand the lack of responses. For anyone wondering though, I figured out where Maya stores quick select sets. They're in the outliner. To delete quick select history, just delete the set in the outliner and remake it!

Anyways, If you read my question, thank you! I'll see you around.
Old 06-27-2013, 06:15 AM   #3
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