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How to edit locked parameter in parameter interface?

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I guess isn't possible to change that. Have you consider to use spare parameters or HDA? Modifying that parameter may implies changing all nodes of the same type. That's why it's restricted

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This isn't exactly the same but couldn't you create your own parameter, edit the range, then copy the relative reference to the other parameter?

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create your own parameter, edit the range, then copy the relative reference to the other parameter?

That`s my workaround, I was thinking there could be a more easy way...

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I need to examine a particular object processed in for-loop (with Single Pass turned ON), sliding the range is a way to find it. If you have more then 10 objects slider would not help...

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3 hours ago, kiryha said:

I need to examine a particular object processed in for-loop (with Single Pass turned ON), sliding the range is a way to find it. If you have more then 10 objects slider would not help...

it's not like the parameter is locked in the 0-10 range. if you got more than 10 objects just use the value ladder or type the number you want to examine

or put in (adjusted) $F to get 1 iteration per frame and scrub timeline

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put in (adjusted) $F to get 1 iteration per frame and scrub timeline
Nice option as well!

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