Softwares: Poser 10 / Poser Pro 2014 +, Poser 9 / Poser Pro 2012 +, Poser Pro 11
License: This is licensed for commercial or non-commercial use.
A simple script for Poser 9(PP2012) upwards* to add some standard Ajax EasyPose style controls to any figure.
(Yes, I've checked with Ajax, the originator of EasyPose and the creator of EasyPose Underground, and he's happy for me to release this as a freebie!)
The zip contains the FreazyPose0-10.py file, a basic tentacle figure for you to test it on, and a readme.
This is the same version that I uploaded to ShareCG four years ago, nothing new. I can't believe it was such a long time ago ! Further information in the supporting Free Stuff forum topic.
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3dcheapskate 11:13PM | Thu, 12 May 2022
We now have a release candidate (prototype 0.11b) that appears to work in Poser 12 and still works in Poser 9-11. You'll have to go to the Hivewire3D forums to download it if you'd like to help test it - Resources & Freebies > Freebie Links > "Freazypose - a free PoserPython script to add EasyPose controls to a figure." > post #21
3dcheapskate 9:52PM | Tue, 10 May 2022
I've just created a thread in Renderosity's Free Stuff forum for more detailed information, comments, suggestions, questions, etc. Since links aren't allowed in the description or in these comments you'll have to search for the thread, which cleverly has exactly the same title as this freebie, so you can simply cut-and-paste the title above the promo image (without the 'by 3dcheapskate') and do an Advanced (not Default) search in the Free Stuff forum for that.
3dcheapskate 9:02PM | Mon, 09 May 2022
I have no idea since I don't have Poser 12. RAMWolff asked the same question on ShareCG a couple of years ago, to which my answer was this - "But the script's fairly simple with 'unrestricted use' rights, so I should hope that if it doesn't work as-is with Poser 12 then some friendly PoserPythonista would be able to fix it."
hborre 1:28PM | Mon, 09 May 2022
Does this script still work in P12? I see that it is not mentioned in the software requirements and most, undoubtingly, it may not function since the implementation of Python 3.