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How do I re-assign control points from a bone to a new one

How do I re-assign control points from a bone to a new one

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I'm having an hard time understanding how to de-select control points that have been already assigned to a bone. I want to create an addtional bone and re-assign control points from an existing bone in the model and assign them to the new one for more control over muscles. This should be a very basic thing to do. I find the documentation really hard and frustrating to use - The intutive thing to do would be type "re-assign control points" or "assign control points to a bone" in the help text and then hopefully get pointed to a detailed explantion of how to. Instead, I have to go back to the manual shipped with my AM and go to the boning tutorial exercise 13 - but then I still can't figure how to do what I want since re-assignment of control points is not covered in this lesson. AM would REALLY be helped by more traditional approach to help. Respectfully submitted.

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