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Is there a way to lock a node within a single .blend file so that it can't be adjusted by accident? I've searched the site and couldn't find an answer.

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    $\begingroup$ It's possible to link nodetree from another file and nodes won't be editable. As another option you can hide unused sockets with Ctrl+H but the input sockets must be unused for that to work. Other than that groups might be more flexible solution $\endgroup$ – Mr Zak Jul 26 '17 at 20:05
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you could just hide the node? (press H) Then it would look like this: Hidden/collapsed node

if you have multiple nodes, i suggest you make a node group, which will protect the nodes inside the group

I don't think there is a lock functionality

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