Sorry about a noob question:
I’m trying to use rhinocommon with python to create a new viewport in rhino with the following method
the method requires the following inputs:
| title: The title of the new Rhino view.
| projection: A basic projection type.
| position: A position.
| floating: true if the view floats; false if it is docked.
| Returns: The newly constructed Rhino view; or null on error.
However when I try to use it python gives an error:
Add() takes exactly 5 arguments (4 given)
I’ve figured out that it wants me to give it also the “self” argument:
Add(self: ViewTable, title: str, projection: DefinedViewportProjection, position: Rectangle, floating: bool)
However I have no idea what to give as a first argument.
Here is the code if it helps:
import Rhino.DocObjects.Tables as tables
Thanks from your help in advance!