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Revision as of 20:32, 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.

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

Submit to snippets@derivative.ca.

Note: Thanks to those who have contributed snippets already. Each contributed snippet takes some effort on Derivative's end to screen, polish and assure they follow current best practices. So they may not end up in the same form they started. But we do appreciate the contributions and all your insights.

Thanks for contributing to the skills of the TouchDesigner 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.