Great. There’s a lot to respond to here.
Screenshots will follow, but I wanted to specifically address Michael Pryor’s tongue in cheek response to use bootcamp. That’s something I hear a lot and it surprises me to hear a community that is otherwise committed to efficient and sustainable work practices constantly pointing to a workaround that uses 1/2 of my computer’s resources and is equally, if not more, janky. What’s up with that?
But to respond to all of your well-intentioned advice:
The error message I’m getting is “Could not resolve type with token 01000008 assembly:System.IdentityModel, Version=4.0. 0.0, Culture = neutral , PublicKeyToken=”.
Rooster is installed and it loads, but the component that was originally written for Rooster isn’t outputting any data, presumably because rooster’s broken on my Mac.
So I’m gathering the solution is “find a different plugin to do what you want (or buy a PC )”, since Rooster isn’t intended to work with Rhino for Mac.