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Old 08-03-2004, 10:19 PM   #1
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Default Not able to mirror skin weights

Hi,

I'm trying to mirror smooth skin weights from my left arm to the right arm. So, I selected the vertices of my legt arm, then the vertices of my right arm and then I said mirror weights from +X to -X axis.

But nothing happened. Why???????
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Old 18-03-2004, 07:35 PM   #2
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Hi nspiratn,

I don't know... are you using maya 5 or 4.5... in 4.5 it apperently isn't supported...

but somehow it doesn't always seem to work in Maya 5 eventhou it should be supported, just resently on a other forum someone had a similar problem... you should be able to mirror the skinweight by just clicking on the mesh and then hit the mirror function with the proper direction thou...

hope this helps...

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I'm using Maya 5.
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