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Hello all, I have a question regarding to how I can use Sublime Text as an external scripting editor for VEX / Python on macOS. I have tried editing houdini.env as follows but Sublime didn't open when I clicked the button "External Editor" on scripting window. EDITOR = "/Applications/Sublime\ Text.app/Contents/MacOS/Sublime\ Text" I suspected it's because of the space in directory's name but if I change the name of the application then it screws up the Sublime Text app itself so I cannot do that. I've also tried following but nothing worked. EDITOR = "/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/MacOS/Sublime Text" The reason why I think it is due to the spacing on directory's name is because when I tried to set the external editor to Atom which has no space on any directory to it's bin file, it launched ok when I pressed External Editor button on scripting window in Houdini. EDITOR = "/Applications/Atom.app/Contents/MacOS/Atom" But I would really like to use Sublime Text for editing the script instead of Atom, so my question is... how can I escape the space for the file path on houdini.env on macOS? I'm using Houdini Indie 17.0.352 macOS Mojave 10.14.1 Thank you
Hello everybody, Been using Houdini Indie for two months and loving it and learning a lot of the steep curve this program presents. I would really appreciate to have several sessions of this program open at the same time in Mac OS X, but I have not found out how. A colleague has them on Linux I believe, but I cannot do this in Mac. Anybody that already know how to do this? Would really be appreciated. Thanks, Francisco.
Hi Everyone, I'm moving to other place soon and since I'm using desktop, I'm considering to buy a laptop to replace it for my houdini work. But I'm still quite worry about the stability of temperature for laptops since I'm going to use it a lot on rendering, lighting and comp. I'm not a mac user but recently I look at Mac Mini which is quite affordable and it basically a mini cpu version that I can bring everytime I move to different place without having to worry about shipping cost and extra baggage. My questions are, have any of you guys use Houdini 12 with Mac Mini before? The spec that I'm planning to buy is i7 Quad Core 2.3 + 8 GB RAM + 1 TB HD + Intel HD 4000 for graphics. My only worry would be on the Intel HD 4000, would Houdini able to run with it? Since I understand that I can't replace the graphic card with NVidia. So hopefully any of you guys can shed a light on this Cheers..