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  1. H16 missing checkerboard

    You may be thinking of the UV Quick Shade SOP node: https://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini/nodes/sop/uvquickshade
  2. Mini Houdini for iOS?

    I don't know if the spin-off product TouchDesigner shares any of its DNA with modern Houdini, but its tablet-oriented interface shows there could be potential there. http://www.derivative.ca/ In the meantime, something like Astropad or Foundry's upcoming Elara might be able to mimic a native experience. (Astropad Studio hampered Houdini’s viewport frame rate the last time I tried, but performs admirably in other programs.) http://astropad.com/ http://elara.io/
  3. Looks nice. Previous version available on Gumroad sales platform, if anyone missed it: https://gumroad.com/alexeyvanzhula
  4. Houdini Console

    You can also type 'commandecho on' in the Textport to log operations as they occur in the node network. https://houdinitricks.com/echo-hscript-commands-houdini/
  5. Though light on specifics, here's a fairly recent overview of the terrain process Ubisoft has employed with similar principles: https://80.lv/articles/procedural-world-building-in-ghost-recon-wildlands/
  6. Might have been "OnCreated.py" from 2010: http://forums.odforce.net/topic/12280-colour-codes/?do=findComment&comment=81304
  7. Looks promising. Vaguely reminds me of that visually-oriented language project Luna that debuted early last year. http://www.luna-lang.org
  8. Alt-duplicate nodes wires

    Not that I've seen. But you can set up a new keyboard shortcut that mimics that behavior. For example, alt-space to sever the inputs of the newly cloned nodes. Almost feels like a regular modifier key that changes the default duplication behavior.
  9. Some network recommendations are available in the Houdini 15.5 docs, if anyone hasn't seen them. Possibly still relevant. Written by Ari “Particle Kabob” Danesh, I believe. http://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini15.5/network/best_practices
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