I will check with McNeel to see if this is possible.I just noticed that it is not possible to copy and paste nodes in a material ( I am using rhino 6), I use this 50 times a day, can this be fixed ?
McNeel are currently working on an issue that is related to this, so I hope it will be addressed in the next release of Rhino6.when I create a new octane Material in the ME, it is a glossy material by default. After assigning it to an object, the object is displayed with a reflection in the Rhino viewport ( my setting is "shaded" with the "color and material usage" set to "Rendering material")
Now I change the octane material type to diffuse, but the reflection is still there (see pic...) there seems to be an update issue, because changing the opacity value back and forth seems to fix it...
I will check with McNeel to see if this is possible.
v-cube wrote:Hello Paul,
I just noticed that it is not possible to copy and paste nodes in a material ( I am using rhino 6), I use this 50 times a day, can this be fixed ?
Bendbox wrote:Hi V-Cube,
This is possible, I do it all the time -- once you right click, click on "expand all" and the Copy and Paste functions will reveal themselves.
v-cube wrote:Although this will ease my pain quite a bit, I would prefer the copy option to appear directly after the first click and if possible even work with control -C and control-V
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