patrickbarnekow wrote:We are using the plugin in our projects. The only real problem is that proxies are scaled 100 to big, and that we cant share projects between computers because of the temp files.
We always make sure to use the internal right click menu in sketchup to create, or unlink octane materials. Then edit them in the octane viewport.
Jorgensen wrote:i might have overlooked something but.....
i hope that the node editor somehow change or gets a search option - as it is now, when i open an existing model and want to edit a material - millions (well a lot) of nodes is displayed in a huge 'tree', and it is almost impossible to find the matrial.
haze wrote:....Perhaps at some point we can also look at some sort of layered node graph, or simply group material nodes together when they are grouped inside sketchup. It's too soon to tell though, but we're getting there.
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