kiss (functionality like in autodesk flame and smoke) v3.1
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12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1, 11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0 or later
In Autodesk Flame and Smoke you can use the kiss function to quickly connect nodes. With this script that feature is now accessible inside Nuke as well. After it is installed simply select a node and move it to another node. When both nodes overlap press A on your keyboard and the nodes get connected. You can also press A first and then move one node to another. Works in both directions. Shortcut and connection radius are adjustable. See documentation within the download to get more information.
In daily work, this method has has proven for me to be faster than connecting nodes the traditional way using the input or output pipes as selecting a node is quicker than grabbing the small node input handle thingy. With several hundreds or thousands of nodes per day this makes a lot of time savings.
How to install kiss
Download kiss and copy it into your nuke home directory.
In your init.py add this one line: