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Old 01-16-2012, 12:04 PM   #1
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access node inside a group with python

This is probably a very noob question but I'm not really able to figure it out :S
I did a simple gizmo trough python (the number of node inside is variable so I had to script it). I just built the comp for the gizmo, selected all the nodes and I used nuke.collapseToGroup().
Now I have 3 fixed input from the gizmo and I would like to rename them to something.
How can access them??

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If someone is interested the begin() and end() functions let you begin and end the editing inside a group.
Code:
myGroup = nuke.nodes.Group() myGroup.begin() #do whatever myGroup.end()
 
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