Making my Harmony scripts available on github

Hey all,

As I’ve been learning Harmony, I’m finding that periodically I want to write some scripts to automate things or make things faster. In order to help others going through the same process, I thought it’d be a good idea to make the tools I’m writing public.

So please feel free to check out my github, where I’m putting all my code.

I hope people find this useful.


Great initiative Jason, brilliant that you making your work available to other users.

I will bookmark it and have a look in your scripts to see what you have available.

Best Regards,

Technical Support Specialist
Toon Boom Animation

Awesome! Thanks for sharing Jason!

I have a few scripts myself and am hoping to make more:

It’s interesting that we have both been solving some of the same problems ( e.g. “AlignNodes”). I used to think I was an exception in needing a tidy node view, but that tool has helped me get a fair few ‘Thank You’ pints.

The responders list is very useful too. Thanks for including that.

Hi Chris!

Awesome! Thank you for sharing as well! :slight_smile:

Not surprising that we’re both trying to clean up our node views. :slight_smile: I’m a stickler for a clean UI - especially after years of rigging and animating in 3D. I find it extremely important to be able to hand off something easily understandable to animators, and also to be able to come back to a rig months later and not get totally lost.

This appears to be especially important in 2D, considering animators seem to spend a lot of time in the node view. Powerful - but also dangerous in that it’s easy to break things if you don’t know exactly what you’re doing. This makes keeping a clean, tidy, well documented node view extremely important!

Thank you for your getting started with expressions doc, btw - that really helped me out when I was completely lost over how to create expressions!

Looking forward to seeing what else you create!

awesome, thanks edgar! any suggestions you have on the code, I’d be happy to make them - or feel free to do a pull request as well! :slight_smile:


I’ve updated the github scripts with a new tweening tool that makes it really easy to create breakdowns, antics and overshoots between two keys.