When an element or rig is cached, you cannot edit it or interact with it directly. You must first temporarily disable caching for this element or rig.
Harmony will automatically disable caching on a cached element when you click on it. Likewise, Harmony will automatically disable caching on a rig when you click on any of its elements.
If you select an element in another rig afterwards, Harmony will re-enable caching on the previously selected rig and disable caching on the newly selected rig instead.
Move your mouse cursor over any element in the cached rig.
If the rig your mouse cursor is over is currently cached, your mouse cursor will change to .
Click on the rig.
Cache will be temporarily disabled on the rig. It is now rendered normally in the OpenGL preview of the Camera view. You can now select any element inside the rig and edit or manipulate it as you usually would.NOTE In the Node view, the arc indicating that an element or input image is cached will turn from blue to white when its cache is temporarily disabled.