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copyFlexor [objects]

copyFlexor is undoable, NOT queryable, and NOT editable.

This command copies an existing bone or joint flexor from one bone (joint) to another. The attributes of the flexor and their connections as well as any tweaks in on the latticeFfd are copied from the original to the new flexor. If the selected bone (joint) appears to be a mirror reflection of the bone (joint) of the existing flexor then the transform of the ffd lattice group gets reflected to the new bone (joint). The arguments for the command are the name of the ffd Lattice and the name of the destination joint. If they are not specified at the command line, they will be picked up from the current selection list.

Return value

stringThe name of the new flexor node


bindSkin, blendShape, boneLattice, copySkinWeights, dagPose, flexor, skinCluster, skinPercent, wire, wrinkle

MEL examples

// Copy flexor ffd1Lattice to joint8
copyFlexor ffd1Lattice joint8;