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  05 May 2003
problem pic

sorry, the below 2 pic is my problem, thanks.
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  05 May 2003
problem pic 2( the foot didnt lock to the ik when moving down)
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  05 May 2003
I'd love to try and help, but I'm really not understanding what you are trying to communicate with the pics.

If you could explain in a little more detail what the problem is that would be great!!
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  05 May 2003

What are you trying to say here? the the Ik setup in't working or what?
you need to explain what you mean?
  05 May 2003
you could try to perant the bone to an existing bone that has the Ik set to it. I think what the problem is , is that you need to start again. I've posted a basic setup. once you've got the three ik handels group them together then move that Ik group. see if that works
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  05 May 2003
I fixed the porblem.

"IK handle Attributes" Stickiness change to "sticky", that's it.

Maya5.0 defualt is Stickiness "off". that's why ik cant lock at floor.

Anyway thanks for replay!!
  01 January 2006
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