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Is it possible to use another object as the up axis on a track to constraint? By default I only seem to be able to use the world X, Y or Z axis.

At the moment I'm using a single bone IK constrain and setting up a pole vector. Is there a way to do this with normal object constraints?

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I hope I understood your question right. A "Locked Track" constraint can achieve this: 1 The order of these constraints matter, if these two are switched it'll go wonky.

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  • $\begingroup$ Not really. I have a object that I want to point at another object. Theres no need to move the contrained object I just want to drive it's rotation. A track to constraint is perfect for this but doesn't seem to allow you to use a third object as an up vector $\endgroup$
    – MattL
    Feb 3, 2023 at 9:30

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