Getting Started

Compatibility

The Pollination Rhino plugin is designed for optimal compatibility with Rhino 7. If you are using Rhino 6, there is an incompatibility issue with the way Rhino 6 loads plugins. After installing Pollination, you will need to open and close Rhino three times to load the Pollination plugin.
You can use the Pollination in Rhino using the Pollination panel or type Pollination commands in the command line. A list of Pollination Commands for Rhino with detailed descriptions in available in this user manual. You can also type "PO_" in the command line to preview a list of commands in Rhino.

Sample Analytical Model

Model.zip
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Download the sample model

Pollination Panel

To pull up the Pollination panel, type Pollination in the command line. Once you hit Enter, the Pollination panel will emerge. You can dock it in your window as you would a native Rhino panel.

Native Rhino Command Compatibility

Besides custom Pollination Commands for Rhino, there are several native Rhino commands that can be used to modify custom Pollination RhinoObjects.
ACTION
COMMAND-LINE
GUMBALL
KEYBOARD
SHORTCUT
COPY / CTRL+C
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CUT / CTRL+X
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PASTE / CTRL+V
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UNDO / CTRL+Z
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REDO / CTRL+Y
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DELETE
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MOVE
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MOVE SUB-GEOMETRY
(Hold Shift+Ctrl keys)
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SCALE, SCALE 1D, SCALE 2D
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MOVE FACE / MOVE EDGE
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EXPLODE
(RoomObject=> OrphanedFaces only)
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JOIN
(OrphanedFaces => RoomObject only)
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SPLITFACE / MERGEFACE
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FLIP/DIR
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CAP
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TRIM/UNTRIM
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Edit Room Geometry
Undo and Redo Commands
Move Face & Move Edge Using Rhino Command line
Move Face & Move Edge Using Gumball
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