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  1. That is a long-standing "bug", if you didn't put import hou in hou.session module, it will work until first error (any python exception), once you get an error, hou module gets lost for some reason. So, just always do import hou.
  2. If you open Display Properties you can find there Visible objects field (Optimize Tab). The script above just puts the selected object names into this field with a help of Hscript function. If you want to hide primitives you have to play with visibility sop, there is no way to do that other than in sop context.
  3. Isolate Selection I wrote this many many years ago, still works Can put it on a hotkey or new radial menu. It's a toggle. When nothing is selected - it shows everything. import os def isolate(): sel = hou.selectedNodes() if not sel: sel_string = "*" else: sel_string = " ".join([n.name() for n in sel]) try: if hou.os.environ['CUR_ISOLATE'] == sel_string: sel_string = "*" except: pass hou.hscript('viewdisplay -G "%s" `run("viewls -n")`' % sel_string) os.environ['CUR_ISOLATE'] = sel_string
  4. Glad i could help
  5. I've tried some approaches, and this one seems to work reasonably fine: https://bitbucket.org/snippets/alexxbb/rnExn
  6. You have many options here, none of them are ideal though since not everything in Houdini is Qt yet: 1. To all your nodes in a scene add hou.Node.addEventCallback ( AppearanceChanged event type may work, or may not, I don't know). Pass your function or QWidget there, and hope this will work. A better approach would be to post a custom QEvent from there with QApplication::postEvent() and catch this event in your QWidget. Not that trivial, but definitely possible to do (at least in normal Qt app) 2. QApplication::installEventFilter. Put your filter there and see if you can catch something from Houdini. 3. hou.ui.addEventLoopCallback() poll your hou.selectedNodes() and see if selection changed. 4. Should be other ways...
  7. http://www.sidefx.com/docs/houdini16.0/hom/hou/Node setCurrent is there. hou.Parm.pressButton() if you want just fire up parameter callback. hou.Parm.parmTemplate().scriptCallback() to get callback string. hou.Node.type().hdaModule() to get python module object for that type.
  8. Seems like you have a layout problem somewhere. ScrollArea relies on its widget sizeHint(), read here: http://doc.qt.io/qt-4.8/qscrollarea.html#details
  9. I believe you need to add $HFS/houdini/python2.7libs to system's PATH variable if you're on Windows.
  10. It should be possible to do using Qt event system if you familiar with it. What you need to do is to install eventFilter to Houdini's QApplication instance, and catch QMouseEvent there. Quick untested code from the top of my head: app = QApplication.instance() class Filter(QObject): def eventFilter(self, event, **kwargs): if isinstance(QMouseEvent, event): if event.button() == Qt.RightButton: # DO stuff return super(Filter, self).eventFilter(event, **kwargs) app.installEventFilter(Filter())
  11. Python interpreter runs in the main Houdini thread, so anything you do in python will freeze Houidini UI. Depending on what are you trying to achieve, try Mouse CHOP Also, see hdefereval module which ships with Houdini.
  12. If you really need to run c++ callback you can try this: #include <HOM/HOM_Module> HOM_Module &hom = HOM(); HOM_playber &playbar = hom.playbar(); playbar.addEventCallback(...); P.S. Should work in theory, haven't tested it.
  13. I don't have Linux version sorry. It's extremely easy to compile on Linux.
  14. Make it full Qt app, and stop worrying about bells and whistles, the community does the rest.
  15. I think it's really a matter of choice and preferences. For me, Qt it's just the only way to go with colossal flexibility. And since PySide ships with houdini, it's no longer a dependency to take care of. Anyway, the more options we have the better right?