IK Controllers drifiting

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beatboxben
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IK Controllers drifiting

Post by beatboxben » Sun Jun 11, 2017 9:40 pm

hi.

apologies if this has been disscussed before, its been well over a year since I have been back using DUIK. I can't remember having this issue before (if it is an issue) I find the controllers, for e.g - controlling a leg in a walk cycle. The controllers seem to drift quite far away from the leg/ foot area where im controlling the movement. Its a pain when it drifts as when you come to position the limb into another position, the controller has drifted so far away its hard to be percise without having to double click the controller and bringing it back to the foot. Any way the controller can be locked to stay on the foot say??

thanks. included a screen shot to show what i mean.
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