nimbling

With Spine open, on a Mac, in the terminal, enter:
open -n -a "Spine"
This will open a second instance, allowing you to compare skeleton trees before importing one in to the other :)

Cheers!
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BinaryCats



or you can do it in the settings menu :P
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Pharan

Wasn't this an OSX-specific problem (and that settings item was disabled for a compatibility reason)?
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nimbling

:) ok never mind!
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Pharan

In OSX, does opening a skeleton always reuse the same Spine window/instance?
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Nate

Pharan wrote:In OSX, does opening a skeleton always reuse the same Spine window/instance?
Yes, unless you run Spine as the OP described. You can also use:
open -n -a /Applications/Spine/Spine.app
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nimbling

Ha! I just needed this again, went looking for that checkbox, and could not find it ;)
Well. I'll use my little trick! :D
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