easy rendering for Rhino in Windows
When I open the Material Library everything loks normal - dragging one material from the overview to the use material listings or using des material will do a change in the color definition.
Every Material I handle will turn green - becaus im not a "Hulk" Designer i would like to bring this back to normal - any helpfull informations?
Did you find something?
Here is another example - first picture had no problems, after saving and repeated rendering it looks green...
That means I'm really handicapped with some proffesional work I usually do..., I would appreciate any help to solve that problem
I gave it a new try. Uninstalled Flamingo, deleted all material files and folders connected, reinstalled flamingo. At least I'm able to render earlier designed items again without any green side effect.
Don't ask how many hours I spend already on this bug.....
Sorry about that-- this one is a big mystery to us too right now. We may be seeing one other case in AutoCAD. Please let us know right away if it begins to happen again. Try to recall what you were doing.
Effect appeared again . file saved and colour turned green after reopening...............
The problem is not when the material is read in. It is when materials are being written out to the hard drive. Can you try something for me? Type in the command "TestDecimalPoint" in Rhino. What does it report back?
We are thinking that there is a problem with commas and points on the computer and this is messing around with writing the materials. If you export a material, then type in TestDecimalPoint does it still report as properly configured?
Unbekannter Befehl: TestDecimalPoint
Thats equal to unknown command..??
Is there a translation for german commands?
If put and "_" infront of the command. That will force Rhino to use the Engilish version of the command.
That way we can use the same command.
Unbekannter Befehl: _TestDecimalPoint
Am I doing something wrong?
No, you are doing everything correct. I just have not got all the information to you yet. To get the correct version of Rhino, you will need to run one of our release candidate versions. Please go to the Help pulldown, select Check for updates. There you need to select Update Frequency: Service Release Candidate. Upon and open and close you will get prompted to update. This will download one of you Rhino 5 SR10 updates. That service release candidate has the new command.
Sorry for the confusion, this is a very new function in Rhino.
So I got he latest version from
Version 5 SR9 64-bit
but as you said - not SR10 - though no TestDecimalPoint...