As shown in the video, this script sends one object to the location of
another object. The rotations of the object are replicated as well, This
helps when a character needs to pick up or release an object, a
keyblade for example.
This script has been superseded by mcjJump for DS 1,2,3,4 which can be found here https://sites.google.com/site/mcasualsdazscripts/mcj
24 May 2012 wrote version for DS3,4 and repackaged
31 dec. 2008 04:30 - new version?
The zip package is found at the bottom of this page
unzip it in your daz content folder, typically C:\Program Files\DAZ\Studio\content\
once installed, it will appear in your content library, under Studio / Scripts / mcasual
select a target object in your scene,
example: select "sphere1"
select the a second object in your scene
example: select "sphere2"
launch prestosnap by double-clicking on its icon in the Scripts content folder
the second object will immediately jump to the position, orientation and size of the first (target) object
in our example, "Sphere2" would jump to the position, orientation and size of "Sphere1"
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