[Sidefx-houdini-list] bypass flag in HDAs?
pablogipi at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 16:39:42 EDT 2007
2007/8/19, Peter Bowmar <pbowmar at gmail.com>:
> Hi Darran,
> Switch is the officially recommended way and other than the
> visual clutter (which you can partially avoid with clever use of
> hiding nodes or subnets) there's no reason not to use it. I'm
> surprised that the opset -b works, that might be a bug since a locked
> HDA shouldn't allow that!
Yes like Peter have recommended before switch is the way to go, otherwise
you have to save your otls unlocked, but this is a mess because then any new
instance is saved as embeebed in the scene and are not refreshed correctly
if you make any change to the original otl.
> Peter B
> On 19/08/07, Darran Edmundson <darran at edmstudio.com> wrote:
> > How would one expose the ability to toggle a node's bypass flag in an
> > HDA? You can add a toggle parameter to the type properties with
> > callback script "opset -b $script_value ./<opname>" works ... but this
> > only works while the HDA is editable. I can use a switch to physically
> > bypass the desired node but this adds a lot of clutter when I want the
> > ability to separately bypass a number of nodes in a chain.
> > Cheers,
> > Darran.
> > --
> > Darran Edmundson [darran at edmstudio.com]
> > http://www.edmstudio.com
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