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  1. Hi,I have a multiparm block (list) folder with 2 parameters : 1)label and 2)integer parameter with different values for each parm instance. I would like each instance of the label to reference its pair instance of integer parameter (and then hide the integer parm so users can only see the label displaying its value). I tried writing this: `ch("intparm#")` into the label field, but it seems to always look at intparm1, even for additional instances. Is there a way to do this somehow? Maybe force a python script into the label field? Any other workarounds? Thanks
  2. I'm working on an asset and I want to let the user perform different action individually on each pieces but instead of creating all the node for each pieces I would like to use a Multiparm for that. I'm really struggling to find a solution and I would really appreciate some help ! I'm attaching an simplify example to let you know more detailed what I want to do. Thank you odforce_multiparm.hipnc
  3. Hey Odforcers, I'm quite new here and have a question for you guys! Currently I'm working on a tool and the basic idea of the tool is that the user inputs some curves, is able to create tweaks on the curves seperatly if they want to, and after that, i will do some other stuff with the curves that is not important right now i.e I want to give the user contol over the color of the curve based on a ramp (user input). So in the parameter interface, I created a multiparm folder with a ramp in it. This way the user can make let's say 3 color ramps for 3 curves. The idea was that i created a for loop, with pointvop (witch sets the color ramp on the points), and based on the loop iteration a different ramp from the controller is used. (I hope this clear for you?) This is where the problem get's in! I have no idea how to reference the ramp values from the controller. In the example file is a test with just a single color, witch works fine! But I get stucked when I try it with a ramp. So my question is, is there a way to connect the ramp attribute from the loop to the ramp in the controller? Or otherwise, how would you deal with the issue if the user should have control over separate objects? Al the help would be very welcome! Thnx! colorCurve_example.hip
  4. Hello all, I'm currently working on a digital asset that creates sections from a given model. Each of these sections will have different values for different sections (the attribute values of all points within a section remain the same). Since the number of sections can vary, I've decided to go with the multiparm list to handle input. Since I've never used the multiparm before, I'm not sure how I can use these values within the HDA. From what I've been able to find here and on odforce, python seems like a good way to go. I've never used python in houdini so I'm a bit lost. How would I use python to accept the user values and set it for the points of the corresponding sections? Any help or leads will be extremely helpful. Pictures attached. Thanks, Rushil
  5. Rename label in multiparm list.

    Yo, I have perfectly working dynamic multiparm list. I get all the values and params ect. only thin I can`t find is how to rename the labels of the parameters!! I`m doing it in a python callback. Sounds so simple, but I`m new to Houdini(ex-softie) so simple things can be hard haha Thanks a bunch, - J
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