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  1. on the same note, is it possible to have a URL link featuring the FILTER rule? Example:
  2. Hi, I am trying to construct the standard URL AND have the filter rule included in the link. Creating the standard link is not an issue, but including the FILTER in the link is. What I want to achieve: Example: Obviously this is not working. But is there a syntax which can make me achieve this ? Right now the filtering is achieved dynamically on the website, but I need to create the filter link via code. EDIT: I saw that saving a view will save the filter along with it. So in case one can not construct the URL with the filter mentioned, is it possible to construct the URL with the VIEW mentioned? Example: Thanks so much Peter
  3. Please update the tutorial document as this is still misleading new users with the http example instead of the required https. Cheers
  4. hi there. This href addition to the existing Markdown feature has been lodged back in January. I was wondering when we can expect to have href link support in the Custom attributes? It would be super handy to have it in production. cheers, Peter
  5. Thank you Mattias raising it with your team. FYI. The link would open a marmoset html website where u could tumble and inspect the model straight from the ftrack website. ? Let's hope that your team makes the html link markdown syntax happen soon. It looks like custom attributes already support markdown. It just doesn't display <a href http:.... Tags as links. That's all. Cheers
  6. Hi, I would like to create a 'Custom Attribute' which displays as an HTML link similar to the already existing 'Version Link' which you guys provide by default. I tried the html markdown syntax but it is not working out for me and ftrack is only displaying formatted string as a 'text only' I did a quick mockup screenshot of what I am trying to achieve ... cheers, Peter
  7. In case one can not install packages you can ignore the error this way: import requests.packages.urllib3requests.packages.urllib3.disable_warnings()
  8. Never mind. I got it sorted. I adjusted your code by taking out self.client.connect(access_token) and putting new_client instead. from dropbox.client import DropboxClientnew_client = DropboxClient('6oxM_7NTdfMHJGjhgkjhfkjgfhg....')class DropboxAccessor(ftrack.Accessor): '''Provide Dropbox access to a location.''' def __init__(self, access_token, **kwargs): self.client = new_client # self.client.connect(access_token) super(DropboxAccessor, self).__init__(**kwargs)...
  9. Hi, I am trying to run the provided example of the in the docs but getting error upon execution. All ftrack and dropbox module load fine. There is some problem with None in self.client of the When I try to run following: python interpreter: > access_token = u'6oxM_7NTdfMAAAAAAAAkadsfasdgfasgasdg...'> accessor = DropboxAccessor(access_token) I get Result: Traceback (most recent call last): File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> File "", line 52, in __init__ self.client.connect(access_token)AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'connect' In the we find self.client = None ...That seems to be the source for the error. Any ideas of how to exectute the example code in provided by ftrack without errors? What am I missing? Excerpt from the :...class DropboxAccessor(ftrack.Accessor): '''Provide Dropbox access to a location.''' def __init__(self, access_token, **kwargs): self.client = None self.client.connect(access_token) super(DropboxAccessor, self).__init__(**kwargs) thanks Peter