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How to auto-fill attribute value in Substance Designer on creating new graph

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Feb 24, 2023 Feb 24, 2023

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Is there a way to have Substance Designer auto-fill in the Author / Author URL on creating new graph? 
Through python API, how to do that?

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Adobe Employee , Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

Hi @hellosbs,

 

There is some way to do this with Python API, but the easiest workflow probably remains to create your own template with the Author and URL already filled in, and to simply use this template for every new project.

 

Create a new Substance Graph with all the outputs you frequently use (you can start with an already existing template), add the attributes you want (author, author url, etc.) and save this graph inside a folder where you'll let all your custom templates. You can now l

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Hi @hellosbs,

 

There is some way to do this with Python API, but the easiest workflow probably remains to create your own template with the Author and URL already filled in, and to simply use this template for every new project.

 

Create a new Substance Graph with all the outputs you frequently use (you can start with an already existing template), add the attributes you want (author, author url, etc.) and save this graph inside a folder where you'll let all your custom templates. You can now link the custom template folder to Substance 3D Designer:

Edit > Preferences > Projects > General > Add new path

 

LinkCustomTemplate.png

 

Your custom template should now be available in the template list when creating a new graph.

 

Best regards,

 

Cyril Dellenbach (Micro) | QA Support Artist | Adobe

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