Softwares: Poser 8 / Poser Pro 2010+
License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.
--> What this script does:
With "Easy Pose" dials such as "Arms Front-Back", "Arms Twist", "Torso Bend", "Legs Sitting" etc. etc. becoming more common in modern figures, it sometimes becomes necessary to convert a pose made with all those "Easy Pose" dials to a "normal pose":
--> This would mean:
Set all "Easy Pose" dials back to "0" and then pose all body parts to how they were BEFORE.
Like this you get THE SAME body pose, but without any "Easy Pose" dials used.
--> Now you can:
- Either continue to refine the pose conventionally
- continue to refine the pose by using the (now zeroed) "Easy Pose" dials AGAIN, and "normalize" it ad infinitum with this script: just "rinse and repeat!"
Only works in Poser10 and later because of the Python interface commands!
Free for commercial use, but NOT for resale!
KarinaKiev 11:35AM | Wed, 08 May 2019
No, unfortunately this script won't work in any Poser version prior to Poser10, because the Python commands used in this script were unavailable in earlier Poser versions. I added this information to the product description now. Karina
CartoonKid 5:05PM | Mon, 06 May 2019
Thanks, but unfortunately not working on old version Poser, like Poser 7. Maybe in new version Poser another Python script engine.
KarinaKiev 12:28PM | Wed, 01 May 2019
**Ho-hum...** _It might be_ that I uploaded the wrong version yesterday. If you downloaded this item before 01-05-19 12:00 GMT, please redownload and replace the older file. If you're unsure, open the _Normalize Pose.py with a text editor: The date below the commentrs must be 01-05- Thats's the correct version Sorry! Karina
thoennes 5:42AM | Wed, 01 May 2019
Nice! Thank you for this. Something like this has been on my "to write" list for ages. Check!