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Old 24-04-2003, 07:05 AM   #1
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Default locator and components

hi,

how can i control a CV with a locator? can i parent it somehow? or use expression?
so can i parent a component 2 an object with simple child-parent relation?

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i'm lost, i've used only max b4..
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You need to use clusters to control CVs.
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then you can use parent or point contrain the cluster to a locator if u want
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amazing...it works..thanx.

if i want 2 control each CVs of a curve on object level, i have 2 make several clusters with proper CV weight settings, or there is a lazy way?[other than scripts of course..]
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No real away around this but the long way. Naturally, you can create several clusters and then control groups of clusters with a locator or other control object.
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