generative modeling for Rhino
This is a quick release to fix 3 serious issues in in the previous release earlier today.
You can download 0.8.0065 from the usual location.
○ Expressions would not work, this is fixed.
○ Tooltip layout was incorrect, this is fixed.
○ Fonts that do not support regular styling would crash in the previewer, this is fixed.
For a list of new features see the 0.8.0064 release page.
You are a super fast ...
I followed in the space of 5 minutes was 0.80065 version on the website of rhinoceros, on appeal when it launches grasshopper, and on the forum!
For slide, i dont understand: Sliders can now be instantiated with limits using a "min<value<max" notation.
Please join exemple.
For text 2d and 3D, color is verry important, thanks !
Added Entwine component for flattening and merging a variable collection of data streams (Sets.Tree dropdown): verry verry good;
Have you got advanced to cluster protection ???
When you create a slider via the double-click-popup method, you could type a number in the past to create a slider from zero to the first power of ten larger than the number you entered. So if you entered "2.5", you'd get a slider from 0.0 to 10.0
Now you can also define the lower and upper bound, so by typing:
you'll get a slider from 1.0 to 5.0 with an initial value of 2.5
Ok, verry good idea
I can not reproduce your example.
Thank you verry much...
What would be great, it's an entry for the min and an entry to the max ...
Only drawback is that if you want to create a slider with a negative minimum, it will create a subtraction component instead. If you have a positive maximum, you can reverse the equation like so:
But if you have two negative numbers you're out of luck. Perhaps the autocomplete could sense when there is a greater/less than operator and force a number slider rather than a subraction?
When you create a new component (eg. clicking F4) you can now type "Slider=x<y<z" to initialize a slider with the specified values.
Edit: I saw Davids example now! It's the way it should be done. And it works for me!
Does anyone else have this happen everytime they install?
I always get the "Reinstall program with recommended settings" here on Win7 Pro 64.
It always installs fine after that, I was just curious.
it always does that.