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whats the difference bwteeen this lines

Explorer ,
May 28, 2023 May 28, 2023

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dotted lines vs normal

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Community Expert , May 29, 2023 May 29, 2023

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If you right click on an empty space in the graph and choose 'Clear Node thumbnails' (or press F5) the thumbnail cache is emptied and the grey dotted lines indicate that the thumbnails following along that link are not up to date.

You can can double click a node to recalculate the thumbnails up to that point or right click an empty space and choose 'Compute Node Thumbnails' to calculate them all.

 

(A red dotted line indicates an incompatible link e.g. a grey output connected to a colour inpu

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Community Expert , May 29, 2023 May 29, 2023

Right click on a graph area to add a navigation pin and Press F2 to cycle between navigation pins

 

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May 29, 2023 May 29, 2023

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Hi

If you right click on an empty space in the graph and choose 'Clear Node thumbnails' (or press F5) the thumbnail cache is emptied and the grey dotted lines indicate that the thumbnails following along that link are not up to date.

You can can double click a node to recalculate the thumbnails up to that point or right click an empty space and choose 'Compute Node Thumbnails' to calculate them all.

 

(A red dotted line indicates an incompatible link e.g. a grey output connected to a colour input)

 

Dave

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May 29, 2023 May 29, 2023

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hi daves.

 

thanks for the response, another question i have is how to go to pins directly within a graph, do i need to click something or choose which pin from a dropdown to automatically go there?

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Right click on a graph area to add a navigation pin and Press F2 to cycle between navigation pins

 

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Just what i needed, thanks Dave.

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You're welcome 🙂

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dave another question is it possible that the program slow down for having a LOT of nodes (10k+), meaning a lot of thumbnails to process? 

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