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  1. I've been playing around with the autorigger, which seems like it could be very useful. However, its set up in a way which likes to flip bones if you push the IK controls to the limit. For example, in a handmade rig if the foot control is dragged lower than the length of the leg, the toes will point downward nicely. Here I'm getting a nasty 180deg turn. What's the cause of this? Has anyone got any advice for preventing bone flips and pops? I don't really want to be adding pole vectors to the foot bone!
  2. Hi, I'm playing around with limiting transform handles on nulls to act as a rigging control surface. I found on these forums a cool hscript snippet that allows this: clamp(cubic(),min,max). Does anyone know the python equivalent? The python clamp doesn't seem to accept a cubic() as a parameter. Also, does anyone know of another method of allowing for manual transform handle input that feeds into an expression? (HScript or Python). I can't wrap my head around why cubic() works! Cheers Dan
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