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Cannot scale a rigged character with biped embedded.

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I attach a video with this thread. The character seems to be the same size after I scaled it down

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When I convert the mesh with the biped to an editable mesh, then rescale it, it does work for the mesh but the biped linkage will be lost.
The biped doesn't scale up or down, just the mesh. Also tried editable-poly to no avail.
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http://forums.cgsociety.org/archive/index.php/t-276791.html

Sorry, except for headless' clue, nothing works so far. But the thing is only the height can be adjusted, not the width, so that a tall guy becomes a short and fat guy
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Hi,
I am able to shrink the biped + the mesh now, but I've got problems on export with panda exporter now.
Currently, I am having a set of bones, some helpers and a group of meshes grouped together to form an editable mesh.
-Exported object
- Biped helpers
- Pelvis Bone
- finger Bone
....
- A group of mesh
- finger mesh
- pelvis mesh
........

This set of objects are grouped and sit at 0,0,0, when I export it, it is seriously deformed. Would there be a problem of incorrectly scaling the object so that the skin modifier has got something wrong with it?
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Jack
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Hi,
I am able to shrink the biped + the mesh now, but I've got problems on export with panda exporter now.
Currently, I am having a set of bones, some helpers and a group of meshes grouped together to form an editable mesh.

[quote]
-Exported object
- Biped helpers
- Pelvis Bone
- finger Bone
....
- A group of mesh
- finger mesh
- pelvis mesh
........
[/quote]
This set of objects are grouped and sit at 0,0,0, when I export it, it is seriously deformed. Would there be a problem of incorrectly scaling the object so that the skin modifier has got something wrong with it?
Thanks
Jack
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Now I grouped the bones, I moved the grouped bones to 0,0,0 and the mesh to 0,0,0 with the pivot near the foot
Now the mesh and the biped stand on 0, 0, 0

When I enter biped mode, the bones move down a bit and centered around the pelvis.
Is this correct?
I want to re-skin the mesh. I add skin modifier and add all the bones from the biped. But nothing happens?
Why?
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Forget the last post

Now I grouped the bones, I moved the grouped bones [in figure mode] to 0,0,0 and the mesh to 0,0,0 with the pivot near the foot
Now the mesh and the biped stand on 0, 0, 0
When I leave figure mode, the bones move down a bit and centered around the pelvis.
Is this correct?
I want to re-skin the mesh. I add skin modifier and add all the bones from the biped. But nothing happens?
Why?
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