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  1. Jason

    Happy New Year!

    Woo! oh man, been so busy at work, I haven't been able to check the forum in a while! looking forward to being able to talk a bit about what we've been doing.. and hearing all your awesome plans for the new year!
  2. Jason

    Question: Quickest way to track a camera?

    Hi @Pieter ! I'll have to check out syntheyes - sounds good! we might have to ask him about getting that on the platform! thanks for the tip. :)
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    Breakdown tool for Harmony

    Thanks Mack! I hope people find it useful!
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  8. Ah, those are both super helpful.. I'll add them as links in my github repo! thanks!
  9. Jason

    Breakdown tool for Harmony

    I've recently updated my github repo with a new tool to make it easier to do breakdowns - check it out and enjoy! https://github.com/shhlife/harmony
  10. oooo.. do you know how to create a custom peg? I'd love to create custom nodes, just have no idea how to do it!
  11. Jason

    Introductions!

    Welcome @Andrei Nadin! Glad to have you here! Awesome that you're in Brisbane - as soon as we're over in australia, it'd be great to get you on the platform! In the meantime, I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts on all things pipeline/toonboom/etc! Woo! -jason
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    Welcome to Nimble Collective Community. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

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  14. Thanks for chiming in @Andrei Nadin! I've started using VSCode pretty exclusively now while working with Harmony scripts, and it's pretty nice. Definitely makes it easier to code! One of the challenges I've been having scripting with Harmony is the fact that there are no hints as to what you want to do. In Maya, Blender and other apps that have scripting, there's a console you can watch when you complete an action that will give you the command you're using. Then you can jump to the docs and figure out more info. It makes it really simple to create scripts quickly to automate certain actions. Harmony doesn't have that (as far as I can tell), which makes it much tougher to parse out what you want. For example, I wanted to find out what the command was to jump to the previous keyframe in the timeline. For the life of me I couldn't figure it out! That is until I went to the actual xml that's used to create the buttons in the timeline: C:\Program Files (x86)\Toon Boom Animation\Toon Boom Harmony 16.0 Premium\resources\menus.xml and I found these entries: <item id="Go to Previous Keyframe" responder="timelineView, selection" shortcut="TL_GOTO_PREV_KEYFRAME" slot="onActionGoToPrevKeyFrame()" text="Go to Previous Keyframe" /> <item id="Go to Next Keyframe" responder="timelineView, selection" shortcut="TL_GOTO_NEXT_KEYFRAME" slot="onActionGoToNextKeyFrame()" text="Go to Next Keyframe" /> and realized there was this onAction command that I hadn't found before. If there was a console that echoed these onAction commands, it would be a lot easier for folks to use the scripting tools. -jason
  15. Hah! You know what.. I realized I had tried parseFloat, but I was only doing it on one of the variables, which is why it wasn't working. Ugh. Thank you for a much clearer solution than my hacky one.
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