algorithmic modeling for Rhino

I_M_F [Iker Mugarra Flores]
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At 8:25am on December 30, 2014, rhinograsshopper2014 said…

Saludos de ecuador porfavor brindame ayuda deseo desarrollar window 500lux ayudame con informacion explicacion desarrollo cualquier ayuda es bienvenida gracias


Greetings from Ecuador brindame please help develop desire window 500lux help me with information explanation developing any help is welcome thanks

At 5:51pm on October 15, 2011, robert cervellione said…



you are positive that the file "nParticleShape4.63.pda" exists in the folder



At 5:27am on June 13, 2011, Danny Boyes said…

Hi Iker,

David has improved the situation by introducing a new component to handle this action. You will find a Replace List component in version 0.8.0008 or later. Unless you have the show all Components option ticked it will be suppressed to the dropdown list only.

Also there a couple of other approaches you might like to know about.

I often create a new list of objects when using a transform component by incorporating "ZERO transformations" so that objects I don't want to transform but still be part of the list, this way they have the same path/data structure. By ZERO transformations I mean a vector of zero length when moving or a scale factor of 1 when scaling.

The last method is the Pick N Choose component that allows you to select from more than one list which Items you want to include. Note each list must be of the same length.






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