Author Topic: How to split off connection from one node to two like this?  (Read 2126 times)

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It's actually not possible to split. Your screenshot probably shows two small nodes superimposed.

I thnk this needs to be moved to the "Feature Requests" section.
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Sorely needed, it would tidy up the node graphs no end.
Edit: Another thing which would help, having the ability to create a linked suplicate of a node, so you can place the linke node where you want, but it always linked back to the one "real" instance of the node. Change that node and the others are automatically updated. This would also help in graph readability over a myriad of criss-crossing lines.
(Blender 3D does this with objects, so I presume it's a sort of pointer to in code rather than a copy of).
Last Edit: September 18, 2018, 11:28:58 am

Sorely needed, it would tidy up the node graphs no end.
Edit: Another thing which would help, having the ability to create a linked suplicate of a node, so you can place the linke node where you want, but it always linked back to the one "real" instance of the node. Change that node and the others are automatically updated. This would also help in graph readability over a myriad of criss-crossing lines.
(Blender 3D does this with objects, so I presume it's a sort of pointer to in code rather than a copy of).

https://allegorithmic.uservoice.com ;-)

Sorely needed, it would tidy up the node graphs no end.
Edit: Another thing which would help, having the ability to create a linked suplicate of a node, so you can place the linke node where you want, but it always linked back to the one "real" instance of the node. Change that node and the others are automatically updated. This would also help in graph readability over a myriad of criss-crossing lines.
(Blender 3D does this with objects, so I presume it's a sort of pointer to in code rather than a copy of).

https://allegorithmic.uservoice.com ;-)

It's there ::)
https://allegorithmic.uservoice.com/forums/257908-substance-designer/suggestions/8307849-reroute-node

Have added my comment about a linked node there as well as sometimes, that may make the graph tidier than just a re-route split node.