algorithmic modeling for Rhino
So, i'm a student currently studying rhino and grasshopper and at my school we have Rhino 5.0 and yesterday i saved my file so i could open it in 4.0.
Today, when i tried to open it, i got this: IO Write error: Unknown data type encountered.
I really need my file to be open in version 4.0 for a school project and if i could get some help it would be amazing, thanks for your comprehension and accepting me on this community.
Can you upload the 5.0 and 4.0 files here? So few of us have Rhino 4 that I'm not sure many can help.
Is there any Grasshopper file or just a Rhino file?
You can also ask on the less web friendly Rhino forum:
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IO Write error: Unknown data type encountered.
Hello! Could you fix this? I'm having the same problem.
You must use autosave in the cloud or save data locally. I recently wrote a dissertation and did not save the statistical data. It was a failure. I decided to buy a dissertation here https://uk.edubirdie.com/buy-dissertations. I will never use several open processes at the same time. My computer simply refused to accept and store information