Ok, this is a bit silly but I am sure people have seen this problem a few times.
A flow. Lots of nodes and outputs.
They are neat as they are, but you need to duplicate these wires (signals?) else where on the flow.
You have to add a heap of
link nodes or run a lot of wires from where this set up is to else where on the flow.
wouldn't it be better if you could bus these signals together?
Two nodes: In and Out. (No prizes for guessing that)
in node has multiple inputs, (User editable) and one output.
out node is the reverse. (Maybe save the number of outputs.) One input and multiple outputs.
Then you connect up the signals to the inputs of the
Connect that node's output to the
out of the pair.
(Ok, you will need to edit the number of outputs)
Then connect the outputs to where they need to go.
Obviously #1 to #1, #2 to #2, #3 to #3 and so on.
I'm not of the ilk to be able to make anything like that.
(and there is a problem that there is only 1 input on a node.)
But I'm just asking.
Is it possible?
Would people like/use it?