It sets the input range based on the calculation of the handles so you can review files quickly. You just select the footage and set the viewing mode from 'global' to 'input' and then press either of the hotkeys to set the viewing range. 'alt+h' to set 24 frame handle 'alt+g' to set 16 frame handles
Share your ToolSets
Allows you to quickly bind keyboard shortcuts to existing menu items without writing Python code
Create and manage node shortcuts in Nuke.
Save a node's knob values to "stores" and recall them at any time.
Alternative 'tab node creator thingy', with substring matching and weighting
This is the tabtabtab tool that Ben Dickson made (http://www.nukepedia.com/python-scripts/ui/tabtabtab/), with a few small changes to the code to make it work for Nuke 6.2. I tested it with Nuke 6.2v1 and it works. It may work for older versions too.
A modified select, search and replace panel, with the ability to switch between only existing file versions.
create an image thumbnail of selected node
A panel to keep track of tasks for a shot