Why IK splines are rotated 180 degrees one from another?

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  11 November 2007
Why IK splines are rotated 180 degrees one from another?

Hi, i have a problem. I'm trying to rig a magazine, and i've created one plane (like it is in a real life) and attached one joint chain to one side, and the other joint chain to another side. After that i placed an ik spline to both chains, weighted them, and when i rotate the right side, it's fine, but when i rotate left, in one point it starts twisting (due to it's local rotation of 180 degrees). I'll post pics, and it will be much more clarified! How can i solve this problem so it's not happening anymore?
Thanks in advance!
Please if anyone can help me and if this is not clear enough, fell free to ask more question!
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  11 November 2007
Ok, i found what was the problem! I mirrored the joint chain to the other side, so that made problem when i was making ik spline. I just made new joint chain on place of the old one, and it works now.
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