What do you mean ? You mean in the menu there are no example compostions at all ? Or you can't find the recent ones ?
I agree sometimes finding an example composition from the example menu is hard, I never remember what they're really named or in which sub-menu they're in.
Maybe a search would be cool.
For example 1.2.7 added the "Animate Supershape" composition that you should find in the "Scene" submenu.
@seanradio the problem with that Sean, is that cmd-return opens the node library AND highlights the search function.
If the command to close would be the same, if you wanted to search/add several nodes, each time between each node the command would close the library and you'd have to hit the command again to search/add.
Ideally I would suggest best of both worlds :
a - like Philip (@Pianomatic) said, an auto-hide as an option, probably better as a menu option with a shortcut that you can turn on/off.
b - Another shortcut to hide the library, like Philip (@Pianomatic) suggested too, either option-cmd-return or shift-cmd-return.
So that you could use the (a) shortcut to keep the library on if you plan several nodes, use the cmd-return to each time to highlight the search bar and when you're done either auto-hide it with the (a) shortcut again, or close it with (b).
●○○○ — Not much; I'm just letting you know about it.
Steps causing the bug to occur:
Reported in 127 alpha 1 was that no finished playback event was sent, trying to cycle through a list of movies now I'm getting the finished event, but I'm getting a crash after 2 movies played or after the lists wraps at position 1 again)
@bnvisuals I guess it's because lists don't wrap for this node, so you have to have the correct amount of items fed for each list, yours had only 1 for "Attraction Acceleration".
Joined composition works if I'm right.