algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Hi All,

another incremental update, probably the last one for a while. Some minor bugfixes, practically no new functionality.

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David Rutten
Poprad, Slovakia

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Possible Bug

After about 10 min in grasshopper, when I try to pan in the canvas, the hand shoots to the left of my screen and my view flies across the screen until I let go of the right click. I have reinstalled grasshopper and it still happens. Rhino pans fine, just the grasshopper canvas. The only way I have found to resolve it is to restart rhino which isn't too fun.

This problem has only existed since I (coincidentally?) installed Rhino 3.0 on my computer (so that I could use bongo for animation).
I reinstalled rhino... problem still existed. I downgraded grasshopper to 5.0099 and the problem seems to have gone away. Any help with a fix is greatly appreciated.
Thanks Tim,

I have no idea what is causing this, but you're not the first to have reported this.

When you say that restarting Rhino resolves it. Does that mean that panning is totally busted from that moment on?

David Rutten
Poprad, Slovakia
Sorry for the late reply, but panning only "breaks" in grasshopper for all open grasshopper files. "Break" meaning that whenever I try to pan it SUPER pans across the screen and only in one direction.
The good news is that there is consistency. It only is happening in these specific grasshopper files I have. AND it only happens when more than one of them are open. I suspect it has to do with them reading files and streaming to each other? I attached two that seem to break every time they are both open. Perhaps you can replicate the problem.
Thanks Tim!

That's an excellent observation. Definitely something I can work with in trying to track down this issue.

Can you also email me a rhino file that has the required points defined?

David Rutten
Poprad, Slovakia
is there any way to make grasshopper take into account multi-core processors? also is grashopper 64-bit ready, or is it limited to 3gb of RAM?

until Rhino is thread-safe, I won't even begin to think about multi-threading. DotNET 4.0 should have extra functionality for writing threaded code, so I think we'll start investigating that when we switch to .NET 4.0

Grasshopper will run in the same bit-depth as Rhino. So if you have 64-bit Rhino installed, Grasshopper should also run in 64-bit.

David Rutten
Poprad, Slovakia

I have installed 64-bit Rhino 5.0 and Grasshopper 0.6.0059, but Grasshopper runs only on Rhino 4.0.
Any chance to get run together?

Peter Kluck
hi peter

C:\Program Files (x86)\Rhinoceros 4.0\Plug-ins\Grasshopper there you can find the grasshopper.dll
just drag and drop it into the rhino 5 canvas
after that you can use it as normal
hi to]
thanks for your quick reply!

Peter Kluck

hi all,
i'm kind a beginner.So i have this simple question.In older version of grasshopper when you divide a surface and sort into its' items.You were able to select them one by one.Somehow in this version when you divide a surface it is selecting the all items on one axis.Can you inform me about that?

Hi Eren,

the old version used to put all the division points into a single list. The new component creates distinct columns of points. If you want the old behaviour, just flatten the points and you'll have them in the same list again.

David Rutten
Poprad, Slovakia






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