The most agrivating detail I consistently forget.
 
corthew
post Feb 18 2012, 1:53 PM
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Hopefully after posting this I'll have it so firmly planted in my brain that I'll never forget again.

For simple props I keep forgetting to add a bone.

I'll go through the Modders Workshop steps, it won't show, I'll go back and check folder structure, delete and replace everything, resize the object in case it was just too big, re-open it in Misfit again, (several times), be totally confused since it looks the same other than shape and texture, as the one I did two days ago that works perfectly.

I'll go through all that repeatedly before it dawns on me that I didn't add a single bone for MovieStorm to calculate its position from.

I'm still new at this and hopefully this post will sticky it to my brainstem.wink.gif

Just curious if anyone else suffers from the same lack of attention to small details as I. smile.gif



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post Feb 20 2012, 5:54 PM
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If your prop is not animated, you can just add the skeleton from another prop that isnt animated either. But Moviestorm does look for the skeleton files as indicators as to which folders have props in them. No skeleton = not a prop.


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