MMD Keyboard Shortcuts [update 3]I started experimenting with keys in MMD, and I found the following functions:MMD Keyboard Shortcuts [update 3] in Other More Like This
ENTER: register selected bones
Arrow keys: jump to next/prev. frame
CTRL + arrow keys: jump to last/first frame
Delete: unregisters selected bone
Ctrl + Z: undo last move
Ctrl + S: save scene
C: toggles "Select" mode
X: toggles "Rotate" mode
Z: toggles "Move" mode
V: toggles transparent models
U: moves the bone to the last registered position
G: toggles Global/Local axes
H: register all facial expressions
A: select all bones
S: select unregistered bones
D: opens Apply Center Bias
B: toggles white/black background
P: starts playing
Alt + Enter: full screen
Tab: scroll through models and Camera/Light/Accessory
Holding CTRL while right-clicking and dragging: zoom in/out
Holding Shift while right-clicking and dragging: drag view
Holding CTRL while moving/rotating a bone: makes the movement slower and more accurate
Holding Shift while doing the same: makes the movement faster
Numeric pad while in Select mode: mov
PMDe Skirt plugin.1Heres a video!-> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIEXYohZHcM Its easy to use, just really fussy!PMDe Skirt plugin.1 in Personal More Like This
What #'s should I do!?
here is a basic idea of what everything does, here is a guide for PMD/Plug-in comparison.
PHYSICS: THEY MOVE OH GOODNESS ME.
Mass: How heavy or light something is!
Resi: The higher the number, the more bouncy it becomes! IT will bouncy away from other physics bodies. (I would say 5 is a great bouncy ball!)
Fric: I would say this is how slick something is, like friction, the higher the number, the more it sticks to things.
JOINTS: THEY CONNECT THINGS WOO, like chains!
Move: Like springs! The physics bodies will move away from each other! (I think this looks bad on skirts if its above .5 Looks like a stretching sock.)
Rote: Tells how far it can rotate! the higher it is, the more it moves!
Sp Move/Rot. these work pretty good at higher numbers, like 50-500. I guess???
Here are some darn numbers!