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  1. I have a dropdown to select between 3 strings and a "Result" string that pulls the value based on the dropdown. I'm wondering if there's a more preferred approach because if I want to add/remove an option I have to change it in 3 or 4 places. I figured out my initial question of why everything isn't evaluated as expected when you first create a node when I set up this example, but I left it broken in the attached files. If I change the default value of "dropdown" to "option1" it will work as expected. dropdown_test.hda
  2. @br1 By clicking "Render to MPlay" on the mantra node. Using Render View is an option I'll pass along, but I'm trying to support their current workflows, if possible. The flipbook preference is great because I can just set that in the background and it starts working how they would expect. @ejr32123 Unfortunately, if select "listen for renders" in a second mplay session, renders still go the the first. The only way I can stop it from going to that original mplay session (the user cannot see or access) is to click render > disconnect before hitting render > listen for renders in a second mplay or killing the first mplay process.
  3. Thanks for the replies! @br1 Setting a Flipbook Session name does exactly what I was looking for. There's even a preset to use the pid. I'm not seeing a similar preference for Renders--is there one? @ejr32123 Is this in mplay? I saw that under Render > Disconnect, but the mplay session would be on another screen. Is there a way to do this from Houdini?
  4. This also seems to happen when multiple users are using Houdini on the same box--which is very problematic.
  5. The core problem is this: our artists will sit in front of a computer, then go home and use the same computer over vnc (using separate Gnome sessions in Linux). If they have Houdini running in each, the second Houdini will push images to the first mplay--which they can't view. The same thing happens if you run 2 Houdinis on a single desktop, they both push images to 1 mplay session. This is the behavior I get in Linux and macOS. The only workaround I have is to kill the first mplay. Is there another way I can get Houdini to push to separate mplay sessions?
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