gizmoDropper v1.1

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Contributor: Aleksandr Pushkarev
Allows you to create gizmos just by dropping .gizmo files directly in Nuke's node graph
13.1, 13.0, 12.2, 12.1, 12.0, 11.3, 11.2, 11.1, 11 or later
14 Sep 2022

With this script you can create gizmo by droping them into nodegraph.




1. Put into your home directory 'C:\Users\user_name\.nuke'
or into subdirectory 'C:\Users\user_name\.nuke\python'
if you choose subdirectory paste in this line:
2. Add in your this line:
import gizmoDropper

video guide

-now it imports gizmo as group so you have access to imported gizmo after reopening your script.
Big thanks to Matthias Backmann for pointing on this issue.
-autocolor was added(see Preferences->Panels->Node Colors)

-initial release

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0 # Matthias Backmann 2022-08-25 09:34
Thanks for this script, Aleksandr,

there is one big issue in this workflow:
When you insert Gizmos, which are not initialised by nuke and which aren't Groups from the start, you will loose them when reopening the script. Nuke unfortunately has a weird way dealing with that.
The same happens when you import Nodes by using "insert comp nodes...". I created a post in the forum for this, but without answer right now:

Perhaps you have a look into that?
0 # Aleksandr Pushkarev 2022-09-09 08:51
I forgot about this issue! Thanks for your remark.
I've updated version of this script. Now it imports gizmo as group.
I used nuke.scriptRead Text() function. When gizmo is creating from text, script changes "Gizmo {" line to this line "Group {" in the text, so gizmo loads as group.

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