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I don't know how this happened, but somehow I have 2 knee joints overlapping with each other. Right now I'm trying to apply bone constraints, but it keeps messing up when I increase the chain length to 2. I didn't have this problem with my arms, which are all set up now.

How do I merge 2 joints into 1 in Blender?
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alt+m?
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Alt-M did nothing.

With that said, I found out the problem. The upper leg was upside down, which screwed the parent grouping. All fixed now.
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Questions that don't deserve their own thread now bois




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