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19/07/2016 14:31:51

Tangledbliss
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I create 12 males and give them all different tops with different coloured ties. I save the set. When I open it all the ties have reverted to the same custom pattern. Is there a bug here?
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19/07/2016 14:33:36

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Yes, but I don't know if it can be fixed (it's a problem with all fluid clothing). Worth sending in a support ticket anyway.
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19/07/2016 17:22:18

ukBertyMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I find making the layer invisible and visible again (sometimes a couple of times) seems to get it back to normal.
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20/07/2016 15:07:15

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Also resizing the character up then down to their original size seems to reset it (but always to the default colour).
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20/07/2016 17:46:05

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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totally unrelated question: why does the stereotypical thug always wear shades?
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20/07/2016 18:12:31

Tangledbliss
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ukBerty wrote:
I find making the layer invisible and visible again (sometimes a couple of times) seems to get it back to normal.


Yes , that returns it to the saved colour - thanks for that - thanks for that.
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20/07/2016 22:05:13

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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PatMarrNC wrote:
totally unrelated question: why does the stereotypical thug always wear shades?

Because in films they are usually stuntmen who can't really act, and have to be used multiple times so their face must be obscured in some way... and shades are cheap.
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20/07/2016 22:29:22

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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ziggy72 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
totally unrelated question: why does the stereotypical thug always wear shades?

Because in films they are usually stuntmen who can't really act, and have to be used multiple times so their face must be obscured in some way... and shades are cheap.


I've often thought that shades are used (not just for thugs) because the eyes are the hardest part of the body to model convincingly, but characters wearing shades can be CGI animated all day long. I offer the MATRIX as an example. No doubt in my mind that's why the main characters wore sunglasses
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21/07/2016 11:32:09

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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These days you're probably right, but it did used to be to hide the reoccurring stuntmen. This is also why the bad guys always wore things over their face in westerns, and guards in scifi always wear masks.
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21/07/2016 16:19:26

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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But why do the extras who beam down to the planet with Kirk and Spock (only to die predictably) always wear uniforms of a different color than the rest of the excursion group?
edited by PatMarrNC on 21/07/2016
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21/07/2016 16:19:59

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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maybe they wear red so the blood doesn't show as much...
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