[Sidefx-houdini-list] clean up nodes
dryrainstudios at gmail.com
Fri Mar 14 14:35:03 EDT 2008
the net box(ctrl+n) or sub net approach might work better for you,
especially if your going to collapse the bridge later
On 14/03/2008, Adrian Lee <dryrainstudios at gmail.com> wrote:
> you can lock the last node and delete everything above it. that will fix
> everything upto that place. the only problem with that is you cant go back
> to edit once the nodes are deleted but you can save a file before you lock
> then you can always copy and past if you need to come back to it.
> it keeps all the settings s if anything dynamic is plugged in to the sop
> you wont get any new changes
> On 14/03/2008, Chandra Maharzan <chandra at digital.com.np> wrote:
> > Okay, now I have tonne of extra SOPs like edit, blast, poly knit.. I
> > want to
> > clean up some of these nodes.. eg Its good to have 1 Blast than 15
> > blasts..
> > How do I merge them all?
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