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Motion Mix - Body parts pass through each other

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I know I'm not the first, but I can't find a thread on this. 
Many times when I apply Motion Templates to an avatar, body parts pass through or sink into each other.
Is there a means for setting collisions to prevent body parts and clothing from doing this other than micro managing the puppet?
Please be specific as to the steps for locating the 'tool' or 'settings' ... I'm new at this.
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No, there isn't any automatic setting to prevent this.  Some avatars, due to the way they are constructed, will always have issues like this.  Some motions have issues.  What you need to do is to use Edit Motion Layer and offset and adjust the parts on keyframes to fix the problem (there are video tutorials on this process -- do a search on RL's YouTube channel).



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Thanks ... I was hoping for a less work intensive means.



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