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Hey! I ran into a problem while exporting things from makehuman to blender. I don't seem to undrestand, why the person on the left has a normal rig, but the guy (and every makehuman file I import) on the right has a rig that is a lot harder to work on. Generally I just want to know how to import these humans with the rig on the left. As you may see, I'm quite new.
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It's quite easy, select one of the loopshapes and make sure you are in pose mode.
go to the panel on the far right and click the button that looks like a stick man.

Under 'Display' uncheck the box marked 'shapes' - you can also see above that some tabs marked Octahedral - Stick B Bone. etc just ensure stick is highlighted.

One tip when exporting from MakeHuman is (unless you need to) don't touch the skeleton settings, leave it as default.

I also tend to select the rig, go to object mode - push M and move the rig to another layer, it makes it tidier.



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