Hahaha nice I fell for it, went to look it up in the source
Another dev update:
- Software can now take data off your clipboard and store it in the Phantom Node Link library, tied to a scatter object
- The data can also be copied or deleted
- As you can see in the pic, I've expanded the system for feedback to you (the user)
- There are various checks in place that try to detect whether your data is valid. I'm curious to see whether you guys can break it... It can detect a broken XML structure, the Octane version of the node data you copied, whether you use groups within the group (you shouldn't!), and finally it compares the outputs to the variants of that scatter object.
The next step for me is to get back into Phantom Scatter 1.10 and make it detect the XML data entered in Phantom Node Link and then make sure it can actually export it all in 1 go so CTRL+V works in Octane.