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「QUESTION」☆Deformer parenting issue?

edited April 2014 in Archive
Hi live2d friends、 I run into a problem with deformer、on the video tutorial and seminary [the newest video] it explain when you create deformer on certain object、 you can make a parent instant。

So I tried that method。
first I click part A and then create deformer ①、 the result is A with a deformer ①。

---- [ ] deformer ①
└----- part A

but when I want to create parent deformer、 which mean I click part A again [with previous deformer] and click create deformer、 the result is the new defomer move inside deformer 1 and GIVE AN ERROR LOG 「error log included」

---- [ ] deformer ①
|-----deformer ②
└-----part A

And what I want is:

---- [ ] deformer ②
└----- [ ] deformer ①
└----- part A


so, how to archive those effect, is that I do a wrong step or live2d bug?

Thank you

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