2 thoughts on “How to Publish On / Off Object Control for your Templates”

  1. Even when I thought I knew everything you were about to discuss in this video…I still learned something. In the past, I always used the opacity to turn off objects. Never occurred to me about the problem this might cause and I appreciate your insight into using the scale instead. Great advice, thanks, glad I watched it.

    • You are very welcome! I am happy that this tutorial had helped. Yes, I found the Scale to be much better in most cases to hide objects. Also, if we are using the scale in another rig, we could then add that layer into a group and then rig the scale on the new group. Please let me know if you have any questions and have an amazing day! 🙂

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