Rhino.Command require a string. In your example, arrInsertPoint is not a string but an array. Thus, you will have to format a string from the contents of the array and concatenate it to the base string. Likewise with arrScale and…"
Hi, I was looking to get help on a problem I've been having with using the "Insert" function in Rhinoscript. So far, I have: Rhino.Command "-Insert F=Yes Z:\Rhino\Block B 0,0,0 2.1 0" where I specify the file location of the Block I am inserting, "B" indicates that it is a Block, "0,0,0" is the insert point, "2.1" is the scale, and "0" is the rotation. This works but isn't exactly what I want. I was looking to use variables to describe the insert point, scale, and rotation. So something…See More