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With the NukePluginManager python scripts can be added or disabled for nuke. This is particularly useful if you have lots and lots of scripts. In general, not all scripts that are loaded, are required in every nuke session. With the Plugin Manager plugin setups can be saved and loaded. This improves the clarity in the user menus and reduces nuke's loading times.

How do I install the NukePluginManager?


The Plugin Manager requires a few more instalation steps. For that reason, please watch the video on top.

How do I Access the plugin manager?


Nuke8: In your pane menu navigate to "Pane" and there you will find the pluginManager.
Nuke9: In your pane menu navigate to "Custom" and there you will find the pluginManager.

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nuke-plugin-manager_01
Initial release
This is old legacy code. Although it works as expected, it doesn't reflect my current experience level and coding style anymore. This code needs to be updated to the latest code format in the future. However, I haven't found the time to do so, yet.
What is 8 + 2?

Chris

02/25/2016
Hi Simon. I find the problem and was able to run successfully. If can be changed in real time, it will come to be a perfect! (:D) Anyway, your scripts is so cool and thank you so much~ Cheers, Chris

Chris

02/24/2016
Hi Simon. I mean the scripts like align was put at .nukepython but when I check onoff align isnt show me in Scripts... Cheers, Chris

Chris

02/24/2016
Hi Simon I know whats wrong with me. my path is - python?nukePluginManager! so nothing for happening. Now I can find it in pane. And I also have a question, Where do I put the scripts, that is .nuke or ??

Chris

02/24/2016
Hi Simon. I use nuke 8.0v5 to tried it. your other scripts are used no problem. only this Cant be run! Cheers, Chris

Simon Jokuschies

02/24/2016
Hey Chris, Which Nuke version do you use? Please be aware that since Nuke9 TheFoundry changed the location for custom panel. Now you will find it in your pane menu under custom which is at the bottom of the menu. Cheers, Simon

Chris

02/24/2016
Hi Simon I am Chris. The NukePluginManager looks very nice, so I tried to use it and set to the same folder, but I cant find any thing in pane! Whats the wrong?

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