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Old 01-02-2010, 08:00 AM   #1
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Default IK handle moves when parenting to a reverse foot joint

hello

funny thing is I recently faced this problem which is new to me and never seen it before.
I have created a joint set for a leg from hip to toe.
then I use the RP IK and connected the hip joint to ankle
then I created a reverse foot joint set
now when I parent the IK handle to anything specially the joint IK handle moves and I have to move it back to its original place.. I have been setting up characters for long but now I saw this problem which I have no idea where it came from
anyone knows what is hapening here?
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If no one else has an idea, would you be able to post your outliner (the relevant areas?) I have a feeling it has to do with some unusual parenting, but I'm not experienced enough to say for sure.
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