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When using Fluid Dynamics I got sick and tired of not being able to visualize what my Fluid Texture was going to look like based on some parameters. I am a visual artist and it helps to see what I'm doing so that it will help suit my end result.
Simply unrar this script into your scripts folder and you will find shFluidTexturizer. Just source the script in that folder and you should be good to go!
Some things to note, you must have a Fluid Selected for this to work. If you do not then what is the point? Also when the GUI is initialized you can click on the Texture Swatch to open the Attribute Editor for that specified fluid. If you change the name of the Fluid you may break this clicking relationship however the linkup should still work totally fine.
Thats about all there is! Hopefully this works as well for you as it has for me... Enjoy! Email any comments, suggestions or that type of blabhlahblha stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org