Hey all - I have an old version of T-splines installed on my Rhino 4. It still works there but comes up with an error every time I start Rhino 5.0, saying "Error Loading - T-Splines." The details specify "Unable to load TSplines_64.rhp plug-in: plug-in not compiled for this version of Rhino."
I cannot figure out how to tell Rhino not to try to load this plugin; TSplinesUi is already disabled in the plug-in manager and the error comes up anyway.
Any ideas how to get around this?
Go into Tools - Options - Plug-ins. Find it and remove the Enables check.
There are two T-Spline plug-ins on the list. You must only have load protected one of them.
Thanks John, but I only have one T-Splines plug in in my plug-in manager. Filtering by "Plug-ins that do not ship with rhino" shows only Grasshopper, TSplinesUi, V-Ray, and Weaverbird.
The window that comes up every time I start rhino says "Done installing plug-ins" at the top, as though it is trying to automatically install the plug-in but failing. How does Rhino decide which plug-ins to automatically install? I assume it checks the Rhino 4.0 and 5.0 plug-in directories, but t-splines lives in neither of these places.
It looks like the list isn't accurate. Change to All and I think you'll it.
I don't see it either. It will probably require some System Registry 'surgery'. Before you go that far, contact TSplines and as them. I'm sure they have hit this quesiton before.
Thanks a bunch - the registry was the ticket.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/McNeel/Rhinoceros/5.0x64/Plug-ins had two entries corresponding to the two mystery t-splines plug-ins that it kept trying to load. Deleting them solved the problem.