New Tool: Graph Editor Mask

I’ve added a new tool at the end of last month, but have been slow to post about it. Graph Editor Mask is a way of quickly isolating or masking curves in the graph editor by channel, axis, or selection. So if you want to look at just ty for all the selected objects, or just rotates, or just the selected curves. It’s designed to work as hotkeys, if you can spare the keyboard real-estate.

Version: 2
8.7 KiB

Also wanted to add that once I started using Maya 2016 I realized it broke my options to create hotkeys from within tools. I’ve updated ml_utilities with a dirty patch to just print to the command instead, and I’ll need to investigate the best way to get that fixed in the future.

As always, thanks for the support on Patreon to keep these tools coming!

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One Response to New Tool: Graph Editor Mask

  1. TDog says:

    Hi Morgan,

    I really like the idea of the tool, but I couldn’t get it working. It gave me this error : line 199: ‘NoneType’ object is not iterable.

    Can you help me with this?


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