Oftentimes, when opening Rhino and Grasshopper by double-clicking on a GH-file, and the file in question includes a GHPython component, I get the following loading errors!
After clicking on Close, the Grasshopper loading screen gets stuck at 100% and Rhino needs to be restarted.
If I don’t relaunch Rhino and chose to create an empty file from a default template, a new Rhino window opens and the stuck Grasshopper loading screen glitch-ly disappears behind it.
When I now relaunch Grasshopper and open the file in question, all its GHPython components are in error mode (red), sometimes even the vanilla components too, and display the annoying error “Before solution index too high 0”. What does this mean?
The “Before solution index too high 0” error often seems to happen when dealing with GHPython components in different scenarios, for components whose code otherwise works flawlessly in the exact same configuration with vanilla components!
Is it just not recommended to start both apps like this? I remember reporting issues with this in the past. I’m using the latest Rhino 6 (no experimental version).