Author Topic: How to find a graph tagged in the LIBRALY?  (Read 181 times)



Is there any way to find a graph that is tagged such as "Generators", "Noises", "Functions",...? :)
Specific names like "Checker 1" or "Gradient Linear 1" is too small scale for me.  :o

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I would like to make a template of an efficient bulk workflow of graphs.
To make it, I want to find out the best positions of graphs where they should be.
e.g.:
"Patterns" is tend to be at first of a material.
"Adjustments" are at last in general.
"Noises" and "Blurs" are at random position, and they are on former position in each small block.

Last Edit: April 22, 2021, 04:53:27 pm

Hello @Masahi,

Thank you for reaching out to us!

It is currently not possible to use a graph's Tag property to search for nodes in a graph using the Node finder.
This is an interesting suggestion, which I have forwarded to the rest of the development team.

Best regards,
Luca
QA Analyst
Substance Designer Team

Hi, Luca,

OK. I hope the new feature will come. :)
I'm glad that I could help you out.

Best regards,
Masashi