"Absolutely. Writing emulators are a big deal. Not impossible, but it is highly improbable that it is worth the effort. (But it might be worth it for Collada if that format isn't supported by 64 bit either)"
"In a way, yes, it is theoretically possible to have a 64-bit application interact with a 32-bit application. The work required to do that is essentially equivalent to allowing plug-ins to run on a separate computer across a network.
"From a user point of view that just doesn't make any sense as you can copy-paste an imported SKP file from a 32 bit Rhino to a 64 bit one.
And since a 64bit OS can support 32bit apps, it is logical that a 64bit app can support 32bit plugins...…"
i was trying to cheat a drawing that is a mixed mediud drawing (both nurbs and polys) and i was using technical view style to show them in a drawing sheet. the problem i'm having is that the technical display comes out so faint. is there a place to thicken the lineweight? See More
"Google has more indicated (you can find plenty of discussions online) that they intend never to do it; here's what their C++ API download page says (I'm sure you've already read this):
Before you begin, we have one word…"