since I have a problem with crashes caused by an Octane-Vray conflict I disabled Octane and manually load it if needed. Could it be done per button script? My way is: plugin manager: enable “load” -> “load plugin” -> disable “load” (I don’t want an automatic load if I will start Rhino again) for the Octane plugin. I would like to press a button for loading Octane. Maybe someone has an idea.
I’m looking to write a script to load the RhinoCAM plug-in without having the user go to the plug-in manager. We have licenses floating on the server, but just opening Rhino uses a license. I want the plug-in to be loaded on demand, not automatically, and unloaded on demand as well when the user is finished using it. Realistically, the license shouldn’t be taken until RhinoCAM is initiated and should return the license when it’s closed. Just like Bongo does with the timeline. But that’s a subject I will discuss with Mecsoft.
Since this post is 2 years old, I was wondering if you discovered a way to do this with a script, but without a restart.
I just ran across an issue where a user couldn’t open Rhino because the RhinoCAM demo mode splash screen opened behind other windows and he didn’t see it. RhinoCAM needs an on/off button if you’re running over the network.