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11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0 or later
Reorganize your toolbars by grouping items together and by moving items from one menu into another. The items will be removed from their original location and reappear in a location defined by the user. Ceck the full description for examples.
Having several plugins installed, or working for a studio with a bunch of custom tools, you might you might find yourself using a Nuke with an interface packed with extra icons and menus. Sometimes those extra menus might take up quite a lot of space while not being used particularly often. There might be no room left for a user’s personal tools, or the toolbar might simply appear kinda messy and distracting.
Deleting menu items is not really a good idea however, so with W_moveMenu you now have the option to simply move them instead.
After being moved, all items will preserve their shortcuts and icons, and menus will preserve all of their contents and submenus. Item will remain accessible through the tab menu, so everything will continue to work as expected.
Make sure to check to pdf (included in the download) for more detailed examples and instructions on how to use the tool.
A bunch of examples to give an impression of the possibilities:
Group menus together into a new menu
Append existing menus
Move items directly into the root menu
Works with all of Nuke's menus and toolbars
(like the 'Animation' context menu)
Move menu items between different menus and toolbars