Comprehensive help files, including “What’s this?” help, which allows you to click on a control to find out what it does and get tips on how to use it.
Set up dial groups however you want them, using a combination of drag and drop and right click menu operations. You can create new groups, move dials between groups, sort dials or groups alphabetically, nest groups inside each other etc. Best of all, once you have one body part how you want it, you can use the right click menu to copy the arrangement of dials or groups or both from one body part to all the other body parts. Also, when you rename a group which has counterparts in other body parts, EasyPose Underground will offer to change the names of the counterparts to match.
Adjust body part properties in multiple body parts at one time. Supported properties include show/hide, bend on/off, selectable on/off, shadow casting on/off, polygon smoothing on/off, shading rate and crease angle.
Choose a dial and adjust the properties of same-named dials in multiple body parts at a time. Supported properties include dial name, memorised value, show/hide, normal/forced limits, set minimum, set maximum, set dial sensitivity.
Use the rapid renamer for even faster renaming of rotation, translation and scale dials across multiple body parts, using international resource names that will display in the same language as a user’s copy of Poser.
Set up EasyPose in a flash, with full control of what dials are included, what names you give them and how responsive they are. Two new, Dependent Parameter only, dial types are included. Existing EasyPose set-ups can be removed or overwritten.
Create, edit and remove master-slave relationships (both ERC and Dependent Parameter) using a range of tools, from the simple to the powerful. Relationships can be created across multiple body parts at a time. Dependent Parameter keys can be calculated using a formula, imported from a text or csv file (which could be created in most spreadsheet programs) or entered by hand.
When you’ve set up master-slave relationships in one side of a figure, use the Symmetrical Slavery tool to copy them to the other side.
Use the Slave Liberator to find out what master-slave relationships exist in a figure and to remove or edit them as you see fit.
Add or delete dials and move them up or down the dial stack.
Set up geometry switching (as found in the Dystopia City Blocks or Anton’s “Changing” figures) as simply as opening the obj files you want to add.
A range of new ease-of-use features have been added, including autosizing of windows to fit your screen size, support for compressed files and fast body part selection tools that work on body part names or body part hierarchy.