Released: Dec 31, 2021
- Duplicating a RubberPin rig now updates the pin expressions
- Renaming a RubberPin rig now updates the pin expressions
Released: Sept 24, 2021
- Responsive (and less confusing) view of the registration screen
- UI aligned top left more consistently
Released: June 10, 2020
- Style: Tapered Stroke 2020 with support for new Tapered Strokes in Ae 17.1
- Alphabetical sorting of styles
Released: Jan 03, 2019
- Updated Knob Knee and Edge Highlight style to remove errors in CC2019
Released: October 22, 2018
- Upgrading hoses flipped the direction of styles
- Scaling/flopping a RubberRig
Released: November 16, 2017
- Tapered hose endcap. 2.07 moved some math to fix a controller rotation glitch but by doing that it broke the end cap of the Tapered Hose. This update fixes that and is no longer dependent on Auto Rotation to be enabled. Reset the script in Settings to reinstall the style files.
Released: November 06, 2017
- Some users have report rotation jitter in the controller layers when Auto Rotate is enabled. This is a fix for that super annoying behavior. It has to do with the order Ae solves the math on some systems.
Released: September 22, 2017
- Updated expressions on RubberRig to allow for rigs to scale to a parented layer. Parent the end controllers and leave the center controllers un-parented.
- Updated expressions on RubberRig to allow for rigs to scale -100 on the X axis to flop an entire rig.
- Updated Tapered Hose and Tight Pants style to correct for a use-case involving a high Realism value and the thickness snapping when controllers pass one another's Y-Position value.
Released: June 22, 2017
- Match controller color (opens new window) to layer label color. Be ultra organized. It’s fun. Thanks to Kyle Martinez (opens new window) for suggesting.
- Layer label colors are now selectable within the Settings menu. Thanks to RenderTom (opens new window), Zack Lovatt (opens new window) and Kyle Martinez (opens new window) for sharing his slick label settings code.
- RubberRig layer scale compensation. Prior to update, RubberRig was unable to correct for the scaling of art layers when creating an automatic rig size.
- Rearranged Settings panel to better reflect the new layer label color preference.
- Refining the stability of interactions between controller layer order. Some users have noticed controller Auto Rotate flickering on and off -if you are having this problem and would like to help me test solutions, please email email@example.com
- AutoFlop broke when Auto Rotate Start was enabled.
- AutoFlop to BodyMovin export now supported.
- Reduced AutoFlop unnecessary expression complexity.
- Updated all styles to support negative X value parent scaling for changing character direction.
Released: February 01, 2017
- Disappearing styles. A handful of users reported the magical vanishing of all styles when applying new styles. This glitch typically happened when using CS2017 on Windows with a stacked panel. If that’s your setup then you totally need this update!
Released: January 25, 2017
- Scale hose thickness with parenting for all included styles.
- Naming of Round-Start Flat-End style to Round-ButtCap01 and 02. Much shorter and non-dumb names.
- Sloppy code from last update (2.02) for Tapered Hose butt-caps. Everything worked great until you switched to a new set of controller names. Bad developer. Bad.
- After clicking a button in the Manage panel, focus is given back to the timeline. Small fix, but saves an extra frustrating click to get out of the RH panel.
Released: January 17, 2017
- ButtCap option on Tapered Hose style.
- Color pickers on TrackSuit style.
- Annoying alert when trying to RubberPin a shape layer. This is to avoid improper use the Puppet Tool. PreComp those shape layers or use imported layers.
- When creating a new hose, the end controller will be selected by default.
- Expression universalization for included styles.
- Tapered and TightPants styles more accurately retain shape when raising the Realism property.
- Improved stability when using negative values for taper% on Tapered and TightPants styles.
Released: January 11, 2017
- Initial release