by Ryan Gregory on Mar 23, 2011 at 4:18:12 pm
I am relatively new to scripting, and I'm looking for some help. I'm not even totally sure if its possible.
I find myself turning Multiprocessing off while I'm working on large projects because of the long save time before every ram preview. Then I turn it back on before rendering.
What I would like, is a script to open the Memory & Multiprocessing preferences window directly. I have downloaded ft-toolbar which is awesome, and the buttons can run scripts. I know its not a big deal to open the preferences and navigate to it, but a button in the ft-toolbar would be a big time saver in the long run.
If anyone knows if/how this can be done, I'd appreciate knowing :)