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I have a texture node, I want to keep as it is and try another texture creating another texture node. I don't want to use the same texture node to try both.
How can disable node in node editor temporarily? In Nuke, it used to be d (for disable). Pressing d, of course, does not work in Blender. My intuition says there might be similar in Blender.