Remus Avram

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  1. Ah, I always forgot to mention the Ftrack version where the issue occurs. For tests we are running Ftrack version 4.1.5
  2. Hi Lucas, no, we didn't configure Ftrack to override the default create project behavior. I will check the browser console and open a support case with more information. Best, Remus
  3. Thanks @JPrydz for letting us know. Is Ftrack going to support MariaDB 10.2.4 soon?
  4. Hi @instinct-vfx yes, assigning more then 27 users via API works, but then we need to not allow users to assign via the web interface anymore. Also there is not possible to lock an entity so the users can't change it via the web interface.
  5. Hi Johan, is there any plan to implement this soon?
  6. Hi, where can I found which browsers (including the version) are supported by Ftrack? I just installed Ftrack version 4 and the "Create Project" widget doesn't show up anymore. The browsers which I checked are: Firefox version 45.7.0 Chrome version 50.0.2661 Cheers!
  7. Hi, I would like to assign 50 users to a task in Ftrack. I used the ftrack_api to add automatically all the users to the project and assign them to a single task using the code from below. import ftrack_api session = ftrack_api.Session() project = session.query("Project where name is <project_name>").one() users = session.query("User where is_active is True").all() task = session.query( "select assignments.resource_id " "from Task " "where project.name is '<project_name>' and name is '<task_name>'").one() already_assigned = [_['resource_id'] for _ in task['assignments']] already_members = [_['resource_id'] for _ in project["allocations"]] for user in users: if user["id"] not in already_members: session.create("Appointment", { "context": project, "resource": user, "type": "allocation" }) if user['id'] not in already_assigned: session.create('Appointment', { 'context': task, 'resource': user, 'type': 'assignment' }) session.commit() When I opened the Ftrack web interface and click to the Assignee column of the task, it displays only 27 users. Once I click outside of the box, it displays as there were changes to the task. If I save the changes, then it removes some users and keeps only 27. Is this the normal behaviour, or I am doing something wrong? Ftrack version: 4.1.5 Best, Remus
  8. Hi all, is there any update regarding this? This will help a lot our production to keep all the tasks and the information in one place, Ftrack.
  9. Hi @Mattias Lagergren production is creating lots of lists per day. At the end of the week when they want to clean them, it takes for them a lot of time as they need to remove one by one. It would be really useful to allow them to select all of them at once and remove them.
  10. I think this is what exactly we are looking for we will give it a try and let you know if works for us
  11. Hi @Mattias Lagergren any updates regarding this? This will help us a lot if we were able to send messages to Artists using the Ftrack notifications.
  12. This is exactly what our production would like to see.
  13. Hi @JPrydz all kind of data. We try to avoid creating custom attributes for specific things. Some of the lists are created using actions and used later. Some information can be saved in the metadata.
  14. Hi, the metadata attribute is missing from the Ftrack list type. Is there any plan to add it also there? We find it really useful for storing all kind of data. Ftrack version: 3.5.21 Best, Remus