I’ve recommended that my client install the free trial version of Rhino 6. Overkill but there doesn’t seem to be much choice. I’d like to know why Rhino can save .x3dv files but without a “x3d Scene”, so I can’t view them?
I need a 3dm viewer, to read my rhino files from the production area by workers…
Do you think it’s possible to make a configuration of tools in rhino, with only measure, and read only, desactivate all others tools… maybe a script can do it, no?
I believe many folks use the Rhino evaluation for this. After it expires it won’t write so it can’t alter the original file. It still has all the commands though, so the person viewing can still mess up his computer’s internal instance of the file. The cure would, of course, be to re-read the file.
it is not possible to put Apple equipment in our production workshops… irhino is a cloud solution, and I cannot put all the modeling of our projects on the cloud, the files are relatively large and numerous…
I don’t have time to train people in rhino… maybe I could create a script when launching rhino that would deactivate all the toolbars, leaving the one I want or making a toolbar appear custom tools, which I would define… is this something feasible?