This is the second from the 3-Day workshop at Virginia Tech. This video covers the basics of Grasshopper components and the Grasshopper Canvas. It also covers data types and a little bit about Grasshopper errors.
This is an introduction to Grasshopper beginning with a brief discussion of history enabled rhino commands. The video introduces how simple lofts can be controlled using Rhino’s history and in Grasshopper.
!! PROCEED WITH CAUTION !! Registry is the database for windows where all the settings and internal data for applications are held. You can view and change any data there but you must be careful when you are editing it since it can cause a serious system crash. To export a key to a file […]
xcopy is one of the most powerful dos commands. It is mainly used for copying files, but arguments create a monster of it :P To use xcopy to update a folder from another you need to use : xcopy H:somefolder*.* C:updating /s/d/y/h/r