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Rhino Beam Tools Updated

Our plugin Rhino Beam Tools with Steel export has been updated.

The new release includes several bug fixes, faster display and compatibility with both Rhino5 and Rhino6

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Rhino Beam Tools Updated to v0.9.2.0

We released yesterday a major update for our plugin Rhino Beam Tools. Many bugs were fixed and improvement made, such as:

  • Values are not stored anymore in user texts, which is a lot safer. They still are duplicated in user texts though, so you will be able to read them easily.
  • When clicking on a node annotation, the node will be selected instead
  • Geometry import now accept every kind of curves, including Polylines and polycurves.
  • Geometry import now take in account the intersections, between themselves and existing Nodes/Beams. That was a great issue before, because when importing curves the intersection was checked afterward between the beams, causing the intersection point to be wrong.
  • The sets can be Edited/Renamed
  • A bug where annotations settings where reinitialized when opening a document has been fixed
  • We added the command “RBT_Duplicate” to duplicate a Node safely (not duplicating its label)
  •  Two identical beams (same nodes) will now be detected and one of them automatically removed. A beam with a missing node will become red instead of orange.
  •  License activation is only needed now for Export commands (Only export to Steel at the moment). Which means you can try the interface as much as necessary without even activating a license.

WARNING: Beams and nodes created with a previous release won’t be recognized anymore, because we changed the way data is stored