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  1. Hello friends, I've got a questions I couldn't find an answer for in docs but maybe somebody will know. I've been messing around with my custom shelves and by accident I managed to remove all the tools I had in my custom shelf (stupid me). Later on I found out I haven't really deleted them, I only removed them from the shelf and they keep living somewhere within Houdini (if you click Edit Shelf I can see it in the Tools list - as shown on the picture). My problem is that there is a shitload of tools and I don't remember what am I exactly looking for by name. This Tools list doesn't offer any filter or search functionality and going through the entire list is tedious. On top of it there is a lot of random "tools" that I used just for testing stuff and I'd like to remove those. In short, I'm wondering where can I browse these in some more convenient manner, and eventually remove the ones I don't care about?? It doesn't seem to be living anywhere in $USER_PREF_DIR Anybody? Thanks, D.
  2. Hi everyone, Are you a big fan of the Houdini Tricks website? We are - that's why we invited the man behind Houdini Tricks, motion designer and developer Erwin Santacruz, to be our featured Houdini Artist. He's not only a tireless contributor to the Houdini community, he is also a great teacher. Here, he walks us through building Python shelf tools in Houdini. We hope you enjoy his tutorial as much as we did, Patricia and the GridMarkets team
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