In communications they say that the “Last Mile” to the customer is the hardest problem to solve. In GH maybe that should be Baking. All the fancy parametric design doesn’t matter at all if you can’t get it into the Rhino model.
I have some parametrically derived geometry that I need to bake onto various Layers in specific Colors and Linetypes. I have set up the layers in the Rhino document and in GH I am making the layer assignments. I have had bad luck (no luck really) baking to specific layers and I am stuck here:
I can successfully filter the layer table and pull the specific Color and LT for the Layer I want to bake the geometry to, but I can’t figure out how to get it to Bake that way.
On the right, in the approach on the top using Define Object Attributes, the Geometry bakes to that layer but it ignores the Dots linetype the layer is set to and Bakes as Continuous. It even REASSIGNS that layer to Continuous ! Don’t want that.
The approach below it that uses CreateAttributes just throws the error message “1. Something went wrong. Please double-triple check your data tree structures to see if they all line up”.
In both cases the same Geometry - a set of about 23 simple 2D arcs - is what is being Baked. What am I doing wrong?