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Akbar Shashkov
Akbar Shashkov

FULL Maya 2017 Activation



Available for Maya 2018Viewport 2.0 fully supported in Maya 2018Fixes:-------* Fixed breaks upon impact doesnt behave correctly with impact massive objects* Fixed transition anim dynamics bodies doesnt adquire momentum sometimes* Fixed initial spin dependance on body/fbody mass* Fixed switching a fracture body static ON/OFF makes it to ignore its velocity parameters* Fixed switching a rigid body static ON/OFF in frame diferent than 0 reset its initial position* Fixed baking keys fails when cache mode is disabled and start frame diferent than 0* Fixed unbreakable activation at frame fractures moves in advance sometimes* Fixed Maya crash when trying to create a fracture body from jaggy fragments




FULL Maya 2017 Activation



08/05/2017This update features a number of fixes of previous version.Fixes:--------* rigid bodies are now deleted when deleting the fracture body they belong to* Fixed "activation at frame" option doesnt adquire momentum* Fixed Fracture bodies shows thick wires in VP2* Fixed shatter points doesnt match the object transform in frame diferent than 0 for animated objects* Fixed break treshold for relative to mass option was set incorrectly in Maya* Fixed selected pdi primitives arent displayed after scrubbing the time line in Maya legacy viewport* Fixed animated objects doesnt reshatter correctly in frame diferent than start frame* Fixed fracture body ability to spin is blocked if changing mass when the object is broken* Fixed shatterit crash for meshes made of diferent parts sometimes* Fixed plugin crash when displaying pdi primitives in directx mode* Fixed jagginess is badly applied to round geometry sometimes


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