fallen

Just wanted to say thank you thank you thank you thank you
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Shiu

You're welcome! :D it's quite awesome I think.
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Shiu

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Adam

I'm joining the crowd:
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

You saved me from about 2 or more days of tedious work :D

:yes: :love:
Mac OS X, Starling.
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Adam

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Adam

btw I've notices one thing - when I'm replacing names/paths of image attachments,
it replaces them only under skins which are currently visible in the tree.

So If there is a skeleton that has only 1 skin, it replaces all the names/paths.
If there are 2 or more skins for a skeleton, it replaces only those under visible skins. Then you need to switch to next skin of all the skeletons and repeat the process.

For example in a setup like this:
Skin1 (currently visible)
- Attachment: barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin1
- Attachment: barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin3
- Attachment: barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
In my case it looks like this:
http://bit.ly/18d4yuy

Now I add "objects/ground/" to the beginning of all attachment names.
Skin1 (currently visible)
- Attachment: objects/ground/barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin1
- Attachment: barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin3
- Attachment: barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
So when I did the replacement and I switch the skeletons to another skins, the names under them were not replaced. If I go to find&replace text it looks like this:
http://bit.ly/17TLonA

Is there a way to do this replacement for all the names/paths of attachments under all skins?
To get a result like this:
Skin1 (currently visible)
- Attachment: objects/ground/barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin1
- Attachment: objects/ground/barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
Skin3
- Attachment: objects/ground/barrels/Red/BarrelRed4
I know it's a new feature, so I don't know much about it's functionality. Maybe it's there already :D
(if not maybe a checkbox "replace under visible skins" could solve this (?))

Once again... this is so awesome feature!!!! :beer: :beer: :beer: :beer: Cheers!
Mac OS X, Starling.
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Adam

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Nate

I've added a "scope" setting. "Tree selection" only searches what you select in the tree. If you select nothing in the tree, it searches everything visible in the tree. This means attachments for the current skin, if one is visible. "Entire project" searches everything in the project, all skins. 1.6.38.
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Nate

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Adam

wooooooot :) thanks much! That's really awesome!
Mac OS X, Starling.
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