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I had this issue before every now and then, but right now I am working on a scene that I want to finish and actually create alot of poses for. The problem though, I am getting giant sized pins in the viewport when I pin things with Active Pose. Normally t


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I had this issue before every now and then, but right now I am working on a scene that I want to finish and actually create alot of poses for. The problem though, I am getting giant sized pins in the viewport when I pin things with Active Pose.

Normally those pins are about 10% of that and are basically just a tiny little icon on screen, but all of a sudden those pins show up in massive size and taking up so much viewport space that it gets totally distracting and annoying.

Anyone got an idea how to revert those pins to regular size?

I have tried to reload the scene, resave the scene, zero everything out etc, but to no avail. Also on the tools config menu there is nothing that would let me control the pin scale.

Looking at the scene, I believe it might have something to do with how far the figures are from the zero position of the scene. I am using a fairly large scene, and when I put the figure back to 0 0 0, the pins are smaller again. I dont know why anyone would actually choose this behavior for the pins, but either way its distracting me in a way that it is almost impossible for me to pose with that.

Check the image so you can better see whats going on. At 0 0 0 it is in the correct tiny size, which is fine to work with, even with many pinned joints. The middle one is already at a size that is very distracting and roughly the distance I have my figure in that scene of mine, and the really big distance totally takes the cake here… Please, for the love of god, fix this one.

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Post edited by hzr on March 2015

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