I started to follow a course but I had to pause. After entering a few basic commands (circle, c plan, a measure, I get a window with the error message “unhanded current domain exception in .net”.
As I read in the error window the mouse voice, that specific use as the main mouse (always) a wacom tablet and a SpaceMouse Pro 3Dconnexion.
Meanwhile, note that after you type the command _ExplicitrHistory history indicates already a mistake (I think)
An error occured during GHA assembly loading:
Message: Could not load type ‘GalapagosComponents.GalapagosEditor’ from assembly ‘GalapagosComponents, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null’.
I have not loaded any plugin. I used Grasshopper for less than 5 minutes in my life. Sometimes I downloaded the file .3dm users seeking help on the forum and Rhino released their model here. It is possible that something can be installed?
@Zsimon Interesting, I had never noticed that. Thanks for pointing that out. Well, that’s to be expected…Galapagos solvers are on our list (MR-2566)…the UI portion of Galapagos will be a bit of a challenge too. You probably shouldn’t need Galapagos for a basic introduction to Grasshopper…but who knows what people are teaching these days
Now, onto the bigger problem…
What happens when you disconnect your Wacom and 3DConnexion devices and just use the mouse? Do you get the same exceptions?
I cannot reproduce this crash. The attached ExtrudeCrashTest.gh (8.5 KB) is what I believe you have shown above. Is that correct? Does ExplicitHistory crash as soon as you open this file, or do you have to do something else to elicit the crash?
From what I could tell, the crash occurs during the drag and drop an item (extrusion, floor etc. c.) If I can not fix this crash, is unfortunately useless to resume the Grasshopper course. It remains to understand why when you start GH an error when loading a plugin that I have NOT installed.