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I deleted some bones that are now keyframed and underlined in red the Action Editor. I assume that is why I have this message:

Potentially corrupt library, run 'Sanitze' operator to fix.

I never sanitized anything in Blender nor do I know where it is or what it does.

I tried hitting Make Actions Suitable that makes 228 poses? so that's not it.

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All you do is hit the 'lifesaver' icon on the right hand side. Problem fixed.

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  • $\begingroup$ Did not work for me. I think this error occurred when i renamed the initial Pose.? $\endgroup$
    – Innovine
    Nov 25 '18 at 11:00
  • $\begingroup$ this doesn't do anything for me. Is this the actual sanitize operation or is there a way to actually follow what the program is asking? $\endgroup$
    – bgenchel
    May 10 '19 at 21:07
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The Sanitize button (and command) did not fix the problem for me.

However, this did:

  • In Object mode I selected the armature.
  • I switched to Pose mode, and entire armature was selected.
  • I hit the spacebar to pull up the command browser, and typed in "pose" to filter the list of commands.
  • I had tried all the top ones, and it "felt" like I needed to do something to the "PoseLib" so I chose "PoseLib Add Pose"

The error is now cleared, and I have a Pose Library with a single "Pose" in it.

Blender 2.8 beta

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