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Macro Bypass improvments
« on: April 28, 2014, 01:59:49 AM »
I would love to be able to specify inside a macro what gets output while bypassed. Currently the primary input/output gets passed through but the remaining outputs just break whatever they're connected to. I would imagine if it were implemented, it would be added to the Macro Out Port individual port 'Settings...' Inside there the user would specify either a bypass value (based on output type) or be able to choose one of the macro inputs provided it's a matching type. Does that make sense? I have some pretty complicated macros that share information quite liberally so in certain cases while I'd like to disable a heavy macro because I currently don't use its features, I can't stop it from rendering (a bunch of nothing) because bypassing breaks downstream nodes.