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Avatar Size vs Hip Height, Leg Length (Poser animations) heyas; what is the "trick" for doing proper height animations for different sized avatars? i have created a 'tiny' avatar, and to test that it is the proper size, i created several versions of the T pose, lowering the character into the ground at the knees, waist, palms, and eyes. the regular t pose stood on the ground fine, but then the following poses sank lower and lower further from the mark. aha, i thought, perhaps the hip has to stay the same height as the default, and i move the ground up to the shorter avatar's feet? but when i did that, sinking into the ground at the knees barely moved it down at all, and the waist wasn't there yet, but the palms and eyes were sunken too low again.

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