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    Some Free (uncompiled) RR Tools

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    Here are some plugins I don't mind giving out for free. Some are really old and never needed updated from their original versions, some are brand new or very recently updated as of this post. These are provided as-is with no warranty of any kind, feel free to reverse engineer them to suit your needs or to help make your script possible. If you check out switchbaker you'll see the lengths we have to go through to ensure that keyframes bake correctly in all but the most extreme scenarios.

    RR_SwitchBaker.py
    RR_AnimLayers.py
    RR_SymmetryEditMode.py
    RR_BoneScale_to_RestLength.py
    RR_Dissolve_0.py
    RR_Dissolve_100.py
    RR_IKB_GlobalToggle.py
    RR_MirrorWeightAssignment.py
    RR_StepKey.py

    RR_Pose_Setup_Reset.py
    RR_Pose_Apply.py
    RR_Pose_Folder.py
    RR_Pose_Mirror.py
    RR_Pose_Setup.py

    RR_FreeTools.zip
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    Plugin Developer: RR Tools for Lightwave

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    Eat your peas. Greenlaw's Avatar
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    Thank you for releasing these, Ryan!

    These tools sound useful. I'll check them out this weekend.

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    Thanks! Some of these appear to be named like your commercial set of RR Tools. Would these py files replace the pyc files in the commercial set or should we continue to use the pyc versions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raymondtrace View Post
    Thanks! Some of these appear to be named like your commercial set of RR Tools. Would these py files replace the pyc files in the commercial set or should we continue to use the pyc versions?
    They can replace the .PYC files, though when I distribute plugins they all get compiled by folder; its just easier to manage that way. Even though the tools I posted here won't be updated again, it isn't likely they won't need any updates anyhow.
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    Plugin Developer: RR Tools for Lightwave

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