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"Arm Switching" via POSE in Live2d Viewer...more than 2 arm sets?

I'm wondering, what do we do if we want to have more than 2 arm sets?

is it possible to have more than 2 arm sets in the same model? All the documentation & tutorials only show how to switch between 2 arm sets, and I haven't been able to figure out how to do more! T_T

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  • OK -- I figured this out. If anyone is wondering...

    if you want to use many different switching parts,
    simply assign the "Group No" in the POSE data this way:

    all arm-sets should be the same number ("0"),
    all mouth-sets should be the next number ("1"),
    and so on.

    as long as you've swapped them out properly in the MTN data, this will work OK!
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