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RhinoScript – Scripting Print Output


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  • 2. Hanno (Jan 16, 2010 17.13):


    unfortunately you cannot script printer settings (at least not to my knowledge, if anyone knows better, I'd be glad to hear).
    But you can script the complete creation of a print layout. There are no RhinoScript methods for most of the stuff, so there is a lot of Rhino.Command(" something ") involved (like for the "layout" and "detail" commands).
    You can even trigger printing by script (Rhino.Command("-_Print Go")), so if you set up your printer manually before, you are able to print lots of plans automatically.

    Hope that helps!


  • 1. Andy70182 (Jan 16, 2010 14.10):

    Hi everyone,
    first post...

    im wondering wether its possible to script rhino's print output,
    like what printer to use and to define all the options...

    i need adobePDF output of the work im doing to put it into a presentation,
    same angle, etc, and i would love to put all the stuff i have to do manually into a script just to hit one button..

    its for a research project.

    is it possible or do i have to do it manually?
    i searched for it already, without any trace of how to do it...
    looks like there are no functions or commans for the print routine?!?



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