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== Guidlines for Submitting Operator Snippets ==
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Try to keep it down to 20 nodes or less.
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In a Text DAT named <code>readMe</code>, document what it does. Turn on Word Wrap on the Common page of the Text DAT.
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Submit to <code>snippets@derivative.ca</code>. 
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By submitting a snippet you accept that we use it without compensation.
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Thanks for contributing to the community!

Revision as of 20:28, 8 March 2019


OP Snippets is a set of many examples of Operators that can be copied/pasted into your projects.

The OP Snippets examples can be launched by:

  • right-clicking on an existing OP in your network, and select Operator Snippets... if the menu entry is selectable.
  • right-clicking on an operator name in the OP Create dialog and select Operator Snippets...
  • the Help menu - > Operator Snippets.

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Guidlines for Submitting Operator Snippets[edit]

Try to keep it down to 20 nodes or less.

In a Text DAT named readMe, document what it does. Turn on Word Wrap on the Common page of the Text DAT.

Submit to snippets@derivative.ca.

By submitting a snippet you accept that we use it without compensation.

Thanks for contributing to the community!

OP Snippets is a set of numerous examples of TouchDesigner operators, which you access via the Help menu. These can be copied/pasted into your projects.

An Operator Family that manipulates text strings: multi-line text or tables. Multi-line text is often a command Script, but can be any multi-line text. Tables are rows and columns of cells, each containing a text string.