Hi. Every time I launch Rhino, this V-ray notice pop-ups, sometimes with a V-ray log panel… What does it mean and how can I get rid of it?
This is an upgrade notice. It pops up to warn you that you will no longer be able to open the file with the V-Ray version it was last saved with. This is important if you upgrade your V-Ray version - there are certain considerations if you have co-workers that had not upgraded.
We have forward compatibility - e.g. you can open models created with older versions, but not backward compatibility - e.g. older versions may not be able to open models created with newer versions. The last time we broke the backward compatibility was with the release of V-Ray 5.00.01
You can’t get rid of it. If you open the file in non-interactive way it will not popup, but print on the command line.
The text you see in the Log window is similar but concerns different part of the integration.
Thank you! I thought there would be a setting to disable the reminder~
I did not get this warning until I upgraded Vray - surely there’s a way to get rid of it? I don’t need to know this information every time I open any Rhino file.
Currently V-Ray only has a handful of popup messages with “don’t show me this message any more” - like mechanism, and that one is not such either. the only way to suppress such popups from V-Ray is to use non-interactive commands in Rhino, like “-open” instead of “open”, or any UI.
Hi~ Where could I add this “-open” command to Vray?
That’s a standard Rhino command