Specify symmetry zbrush

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Thank you. I have seen alot of tutorials that kind of talk about it but havent found one that specifically answers my question. If you divide your mesh after establishing Poseable Symmetry, you will revert to normal symmetry. UPDATE: I was able to activate symmetry on the moved sphere subtool by turning on Local Symmetry, however since the skull subtool was rotated, the sphere object has the symmetry facing a different direction. For example: I am working on sculpting a skull but i want to have the bottom jaw as a separate subtool, so once i finished the top part of the skull and i insert a sphere and reposition it below the top part of the skull, I want to be able to work on the jaw in symmetry.