Thanks for the positive and negative offset value tip. I hadn’t thought of that because I don’t know of any particular reason to call one side positive and the other negative. I guess I just have to experiment until I see a pattern (which might be to just experiment for every time I use it).
I don’t mean the Cap command to close a hole in a surface on an intended-to-be watertight solid (which I’m guessing you are referring to). I’m referring to the cap parameter of the rhino offset command, which connects both sides of the offset (or the original line and the single offset) together at the end. Options are flat, round, or none.
Thanks for the tip on the scripting components, I hadn’t found the them in the list when I looked before.