That script won't work because you seem to have pasted a function inside a subroutine - try modifying it to something like this:
Private Sub RunScript(ByVal Pts As List(Of Integer), ByVal GS As List(Of…"
"Do you mean you want to declare variables in one component and then use them in another? I can think of some ways of doing that which might work, but I wouldn't recommend it since it's kinda unnecessary and goes completely against…"
"So you want Excel to control grasshopper? I don't think that's actually possible. You could certainly use vbscript to open Rhino and then run the grasshopper command, but as for loading a definition and refreshing it - so far…"
From my perspective an open-source kangaroo would be brilliant - I would certainly be interested in seeing how it could tie in with some of the form-finding stuff I've already built into Salamander and it would also be…"
"You should actually have two types, though the legacy version is hidden in the drop-down list so it's possible you may have missed it:
The difference is in the 'imports' region. The new 'normal' components have:
This is because scripting components have now switched over to using the new RhinoCommon library rather than the old RhinoDOTNET/OpenNurbs one. If you still want to use the old library you can - you just need to use a 'legacy'…"
BIM (Building Information Modeling) enhancements for Rhino and Grasshopper, import/export to Revit, Digital Project, Bentley and Archicad amongst others. Also Structure modeling (including analytic) and Computational Geometry Tools such as mesh relaxation/inflation and tessellation tools.See More
If you wanted to do this properly, you could try writing an A* pathfinding algorithm) for it between a set of nodes on the surface, where the 'movement cost' was a function of distance and height increase. This would…"
"Can I respectfully request that the download page up the top be kept a little more up-to-date? According to it, the latest WIP build is still 0.6.0057 (which was what, four, five months ago?). Unless you follow these forums religiously you…"
"Might a solution be to have 'advanced' options hidden but accessible though a little drop-down-arrow button at the bottom of the component itself? i.e. clicking on the arrow would expand the component with the additional options. Clicking…"