Grasshopper Setup


#1

The releases contain both the Speckle Grasshopper Clients as well as the Speckle User Data Utils (more to come).


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://speckle.works/doc/grasshopperinstall/

#2

One important bit that might cause trouble for previous users (pre v.0.0.1):

Speckle saves its current connections in a folder: %appdata%\roaming\SpeckleSettings. If you’re starting fresh, I would recommend deleting all the files in that folder.


#3

Hi Dimitrie,

After following the instructions here and after hitting the “Register!” button, we’re getting an “Invalid URI” exception being thrown. Any ideas of what this could be?

Many thanks,
Andre


#4

Managed to get around this one. I was using the deprecated repo. :man_facepalming:


#5

I hear you. The docs need to be updated! :grimacing:
Reminder for future readers: the rhino+grasshopper repos have been consolidated into one monorepo, SpeckleRhino, which is here: https://github.com/speckleworks/SpeckleRhino


#6

Hey Dimitrie,

I hate to sound like the person that can not install a gh component but I will :frowning:

I haven’t been able to get around the error that Andre was getting about the URI.

I have installed this version: https://github.com/speckleworks/SpeckleGrasshopper/releases/tag/v0.0.3x

and I am using the https://s003.speckle.works/api as the server URL.

Any ideas? Could there be an issue with Firewall? :thinking:


#7

Darn that. Download the .rhi installer instead from the SpeckleRhino repo readme. Check the latest post https://speckle.works/blog/specklerhinoplugin/

It will automatically install the grasshopper plugin too, but make sure to remove the old one first.


#8

Hey Dimitrie, well done mate, that works wonders! Thanks, will try it out and make sure to give some feedback!


#9

SpeckleGrasshopper repo attacks again.
Dimitrie, it’s probably a good a good idea to make that note on the top of https://github.com/speckleworks/SpeckleGrasshopper more noticeable.


#10

I can’t really, short of deletion. It’s a rather big h1 in the readme… sorry for the delay. I’ll ask around and see if there’s a way to not show/hide completely archived repos.