McNeel Rhino can create, edit, analyze, document, render, animate, and translate NURBS curves, surfaces and solids, subdivision geometry (SubD), point clouds, and polygon meshes. There are no limits on complexity, degree, or size beyond those of your hardware.
Special features include:
Uninhibited free-form 3D modeling tools like those found only in products costing 20 to 50 times more. Model any shape you can imagine.
Accuracy needed to design, prototype, engineer, analyze, and manufacture anything from an airplane to jewelry.
Compatibility with all your other design, drafting, CAM, engineering, analysis, rendering, animation, and illustration software.
Read and repair meshes and extremely challenging IGES files.
Accessible. So easy to learn and use that you can focus on design and visualization without being distracted by the software.
Fast, even on an ordinary laptop computer. No special hardware is needed.
Affordable. Ordinary hardware. Short learning curve. Affordable purchase price. No maintenance fees.
Rhino for Mac: The world’s most versatile 3D modeler, available on macOS.
What’s new in McNeel Rhino 7
Rhino 7 is the most significant upgrade in our history. You can create organic shapes with our new SubD tools. Run Rhino and Grasshopper as a Revit® Add-On with Rhino.Inside.Revit. Use the robust QuadRemesh algorithm to create a beautiful quad mesh from NURBS geometry or meshes. With this release, we’ve unlocked completely new modeling workflows and refined many steadfast features.
These are the highlights…
For designers who need to explore organic shapes quickly, SubD is a new geometry type that can create editable, highly accurate shapes. Unlike other geometry types, SubD combines free-form accuracy while still allowing quick editing.
Rhino.Inside.Revit brings the power of Rhino and Grasshopper to the Autodesk Revit® environment.
Quickly create a quad mesh from existing surfaces, solids, meshes, or SubDs—ideal for rendering, animation, CFD, FEA, and reverse-engineering.
In McNeel Rhino 7, we’ve improved the presentation tools, streamlining the workflow with a major update to the Rhino Render engine, so the same look you get in your Raytraced viewport can be rendered without any changes. We’ve added support for PBR materials, a LayerBook command, and more…
PBR Materials Physically Based Rendering Materials are beautiful and easy to use.
Denoisers produce high-quality renderings in a fraction of the time
Create self-lit objects commonly found in consumer electronics.
Specifies how lighting intensity changes when light travels in the scene.
Present ideas quickly with LayerBook.
Gradient and Transparent Hatches Create attractive 2D representations in a few steps.
In Rhino 7, we’ve fixed hundreds of bugs, but we’ve also added workflow improvements like Named Selections, Mold Making tools, a Single-Line font for engraving, and improved interoperation with third-party file formats…
Quickly save and restore previously selected objects
Mold Making Tools
For mold makers and tool designers, Rhino’s makes the model-test-revise …
Improve the speed and quality of CNC engravings.
Supported File Formats
In Rhino 7, we’ve improved fidelity for existing formats and support for SubD where possible.
We are always refining Rhino’s display pipeline to keep up with modern graphics hardware. In Rhino 7, some models will display significantly faster on both Windows and Mac. We’ve also made several refinements to the Display Modes to make them even more eye-popping while you work…
McNeel Rhino Documentation
Modeling is just one part of the design process; you also need to show how to build what is on the screen. We’ve improved many parts of the documentation workflow while also focusing on the more graphically-rich illustration tools like transparency and gradient hatches…
Gradient and Transparent Hatches
Create attractive 2D representations in a few steps.
Vertical panel makes it easier to manage models with many drawings.
Enhanced Text Fields
Text fields are text formulas that can dynamically update.
Grasshopper seems to be everywhere lately. As usual, we’re having a hard time keeping up (you might even see that familiar canvas in other applications). In Rhino 7, we’ve added some new components, but we’ve also made it easier to turn your programs into plugins…
Grasshopper Player Turn your Grasshopper definitions into Rhino commands.
Quickly find where your objects occupy the same space.
Grasshopper Component Placeholders
Placeholder component for missing plugins.
Rhino 7 brings major improvements to our free SDKs, with API refinements, better documentation, and some major new features that broaden and deepen the foundations of the geometry development platform…
Discover, install, and manage your resources.
Read and write rhino 3dm files from nearly anywhere.
Access Rhino and Grasshopper within other Windows applications
Run Rhino and Grasshopper within Revit.
APIs for SubD, QuadRemesh, PBR Materials, and much more…
Looking for a complete list of new commands? If you’re not seeing what you’re looking for above, please check out the documentation’s New in Rhino 7 for a complete list…as well as new command options.
Mac Vs. Windows Comparison Chart
Rhino 6 for Mac
Rhino 6 for Windows
Versatile 3D modeling
Great for modeling free-form shapes.
Programming, no code required.
Flexible and accurate, NURBS models can be used from concept to production.
Read and repair meshes and extremely challenging files.
Ensure that the models used throughout your process are the highest quality.
Easy to create drawings & illustrations for every discipline in any notation system.
Arrange views, annotate, and plot.
Basic camera and sun animation tools for quick and easy visualizations.
Rhino does not include tools for animating objects.
Stylistic display modes
Real-time display modes for quick visualization.
Compatibility with all your other design, drafting, CAM, engineering, analysis,
rendering, animation, and illustration software.
Command macros, Atom
Python, Command macros,
Script editor included
No annual maintenance. No support tickets. No bureaucracy. Free, unlimited
support is included with all McNeel products.
Efficient collaboration on large projects
Rewind and fast-forward your models
Rhino for Mac Glows In The Dark
Model Creation Tools
Points: Points, point clouds, point grid, extract from objects, mark (intersection, divide, draftangle, ends, closest, foci).
Curves: Line, polyline, polyline on mesh, free-form curve, circle, arc, ellipse, rectangle, polygon, helix, spiral, conic, TrueType text, point interpolation, control points (vertices), sketch.
Curves from other objects: Through points, through polyline, extend, continue curve, fillet, chamfer, offset, blend, arc blend, from two views, tween, cross section profiles, intersection, contour on NURBS surface or mesh, section on NURBS surface or mesh, border, silhouette, extract isoparm, extract curvature graph, projection, pullback, sketch, wireframe, detach trim, 2D drawings with dimensions and text, flatten developable surfaces.
Surfaces: From 3 or 4 points, from 3 or 4 curves, from planar curves, from network of curves, rectangle, deformable plane, extrude, ribbon, rule, loft with tangency matching, developable, sweep along a path with edge matching, sweep along two rail curves with edge continuity, revolve, rail revolve, tween, blend, patch, drape, point grid, heightfield, fillet, chamfer, offset, plane through points, TrueType text, Unicode (double-byte) text.
Meshes: From NURBS surfaces, from closed polyline, mesh face, plane, box, cylinder, cone, and sphere.
Rhino 7 adds dozens of refinements to existing tools and some new commands:
SubD: For designers who need to explore organic shapes quickly, SubD is a new geometry type that can create editable, highly accurate shapes. Unlike other geometry types, SubD combines free-form accuracy while still allowing quick editing.
BlendSrf: New Refine checkbox avoids creating a simpler blend surface.
Revolve: Ends of the revolving axis can be attached to objects using object snaps when History is recorded.
MatchSrf: History locking allows editing control points of matched surfaces.
DupBorder: Added History support.
FilletSrf: Now has a G2 option.
General Tools: Delete, delete duplicates, join, merge, trim, untrim, split, explode, extend, fillet, chamfer, object properties, history.
Points and curves: Control points, edit points, handlebars, smooth, fair, change degree, add/remove knots, add kinks, rebuild, refit, match, simplify, change weight, make periodic, adjust end bulge, adjust seam, orient to edge, convert to arcs, a polyline, or line segments.
Surfaces: Control points, handlebars, change degree, add/remove knots, match, extend, merge, join, untrim, split surface by isoparms, rebuild, shrink, make periodic, Boolean (union, difference, intersection), unroll developable surfaces, array along curve on surface.
Editing complex models in Rhino 7 is fast and easy:
Named Selections: For anyone who has a need to repeatedly select objects and sub-objects, Named Selections is a productivity enhancement which makes recalling selections simple.
Curve Surface Intersections improves results for trims, splits, and Booleans. In our testing, this can be 4x faster in some cases.
BlendEdge: We changed the spacing of control points in BlendEdge based on customer feedback.
Boolean Operations have been improved to union, subtract or intersect coplanar surfaces.
User interface: Coordinate read-out, floating/dockable command area, pop-up recently-used commands, clickable command options, auto-complete command line, customizable pop-up commands, pop-up layer manager, synchronize views, camera-based view manipulation, perspective match image, configurable middle mouse button, customizable icons and user workspace, customizable pop-up toolbar, transparent toolbars, context-sensitive right-click menu, multiple monitor support, Alt key copy and OpenGL hardware support with antialiasing.
Construction aids: Unlimited undo and redo, undo and redo multiple, exact numeric input, units including feet and inches and fractions, .x, .y, .z point filters, object snaps with identifying tag, grid snaps, ortho, planar, named construction planes, next and previous construction planes, orient construction plane on curve, layers, layer filtering, groups, background bitmaps, object hide/show, show selected objects, select by layer, select front most, color, object type, last object, and previous selection set, swap hidden objects, object lock/unlock, unlock selected objects, control and edit points on/off, and points off for selected objects.
Rhino for Mac takes advantage of macOS user interface conventions.
Features include extremely fast 3D graphics, unlimited viewports, shaded, working views, perspective working views, named views, floating views, full-screen display, 3D stereo view modes, draw order support, two‑point perspective, clipping planes, and one-to-one scale to view models at full size.
New in Rhino 7:
Some models will display significantly faster, such as those with nested blocks, layouts with many detail views, and those with numerous text objects.
Rendered Display mode captures more lighting in a realtime working mode.
Viewports and Rhino Render now use the same rendering settings.
Transparent color support on layers and objects.
Per face color support for polysurfaces and SubD.
Rendering and Presentation
High-quality presentations are critical to most design projects.
Features include: Rhino Render, a raytrace render with textures, bumps, highlights, transparency, spotlights with hotspot, angle and direction control, point lights, directional lights, rectangular lights, linear lights, and shadows, and customizable resolution, realtime render preview, realtime render preview selected objects, turntable, export to many common file formats used by renderers, rendering plugin support, settings saved in file.
New in Rhino 7:
Modern progressive rendering technology including advanced usage of both the CPU and GPU hardware.
Denoisers: Produce beautiful renderings in a fraction of the time using Denoisers in Rhino. These Post Effect filters use Artificial Intelligence techniques to remove the grainy “noise” from your draft renderings, dramatically reducing the time to reach a high-quality image
Plugin extendable Post-effects, tone mapping, and final image filters.
Physically Based Rendering (PBR) Materials: PBR (Physically Based Rendering) materials are the best choice for renderings and presentations for rendering professionals who want realistic-looking materials. They are fast becoming the standard for material libraries, content authoring, scanning applications, and are supported in many modern applications. PBR materials are supported natively in Rhino’s rendering engines and viewports.
Every type of physical product design relies on technical illustration and 2D drawing to concisely communicate ideas, specifications, and instructions to people in design, development, and fabrication. Our goal for Rhino was to make it easier to create 2D drawings and illustrations for every discipline in every notation system and visual style used around the world.
Annotation objects include arrows, dots, dimensions (horizontal, vertical, aligned, rotated, radial, diameter, angle), text blocks, leaders, hidden line removal, Unicode (double-byte) support for text, dimensions, and notes. Dimensions in perspective views are supported.
In Rhino 7, we’ve added…
Layout Management: The vertical panel makes it easier to work on a model with layouts by adding a vertical panel for layout management.
Enhanced Text Fields: Text fields are special expressions within the text object that can dynamically update when a change to the linked property or attribute is detected.
Gradient and Transparent Hatches: Gradient and Transparent Hatches make your illustrations, diagrams, schematics and any 2D representation more beautiful.
Display Color Transparency on objects and by layer.
As you may know, the Rhino development project started nearly 20 years ago to provide marine designers with tools for building computer models that could be used to drive the digitally controlled fabrication equipment used in shipyards.
We continue to focus on the fact that designs are only useful once they are built and in the hands of consumers. With the cost of digital fabrication and 3D printing technology dropping quickly, more and more designers now have direct access to 3D digital fabrication equipment.
While we are not experts on all the many fabrication, manufacturing, or construction processes, we do focus on making sure that Rhino models can be accurate enough for and accessible to all the processes involved in a design becoming a reality.
In Rhino 7, we’ve added…
Single-Line Fonts: Single-Line Fonts help improve the speed and quality of your CNC engravings.
Mold Making tools: For mold makers and tool designers, Rhino’s mold making tools assist in the model-test-revise workflow.
Robust mesh import, export, creation, and editing tools are critical to all phases of design, including:
Transferring captured 3D data from digitizing and scanning into Rhino as mesh models.
Exchanging mesh data with many applications such as SketchUp® and Modo®.
Exporting meshes for analysis and rendering.
Exporting meshes for prototyping and fabrication.
Converting NURBS to meshes for display and rendering.
NEW QuadRemesh: Quickly create a quad mesh from existing surfaces, solids, meshes, or SubDs—ideal for rendering, animation, CFD, FEA, and reverse-engineering.
NEW Improved mesh intersection results.
Both new and enhanced mesh tools, plus support for double-precision meshes, accurately represent and display ground forms such as the 3D topography of a large city.
Capturing existing 3D data is often one of the first steps in a design project. Rhino has always directly supported both 3D digitizing hardware and 3D scanned point cloud data. Rhino now supports:
Large point clouds. 3D scanners have become faster and cheaper, making huge scan files more common.
Rhino’s 64-bit support and enhanced support for graphic co‑processors have made it possible to work with these large point clouds.
LiDAR captures 3D terrain data for agriculture, archaeology, conservation, geology, land use planning, surveying, transportation, plus wind farm, solar farm, and cell tower deployment optimization. Rhino for Windows has robust support for plugins, such as RhinoTerrain™, that provide specialty tools for these new Rhino users.
3D digitizing support: MicroScribe®, FaroArm®, and ROMER – Windows only.
Inspection and Analysis
Design realization requires high‑quality 3D models in every phase of design, presentation, analysis, and fabrication. Rhino includes tools to help ensure that the 3D models used throughout your process are the highest possible quality.
Analysis: point, length, distance, angle, radius, bounding box, normal direction, area, area centroid, area moments, volume, volume centroid, volume moments, hydrostatics, surface curvature, geometric continuity, deviation, nearest point, curvature graph on curves and surfaces, naked edges, working surface analysis viewport modes (draft angle, zebra stripe, environment map with surface color blend, show edges, show naked edges, Gaussian curvature, mean curvature, and minimum or maximum radius of curvature).
New in Rhino 7:
EdgeContinuity now uses line hairs to visualize distance, tangency, and curvature between an edge pair.
PointDeviation: Added Maximum distance and minimum distance statistics.
Clash Detection: a new Grasshopper component.
File management tools for managing large projects and teams include: Notes, templates, merge files, export selected objects, save small, incremental save, bitmap file preview, Rhino file preview, export with origin point, worksessions (Windows only), blocks, file compression for meshes and preview image, send file via email.
Rhino is compatible with hundreds of different CAD, CAM, CAE, rendering, and animation products. The openNURBS libraries allow hundreds of other applications to read and write Rhino’s native 3DM files.
In Rhino 7, we’ve improved fidelity for existing formats and support for SubD where possible. In addition, you can now…
Copy/Paste between Rhino and Illustrator®, Inkscape™, and Affinity Designer® (Windows only)
File formats supported…
Grasshopper is a graphical algorithm editor included with Rhino.
Unlike RhinoScript, Rhino.Python, or other programming languages, Grasshopper requires no knowledge of programming or scripting, but still allows developers and designers to develop form generation algorithms without writing code.
New in Rhino 7:
Grasshopper Player: Turn your Grasshopper definitions into Rhino commands.
Clash Detection: Quickly search a large number of objects to find points of intersection between pairs of clashing objects.
Component placeholders: Placeholder component for missing plugins.
Package Manager installs missing components without a restart.
New components for Hatch, Rhino.Inside.Revit, and more.
The world’s most robust 3D development platform for specialty modeling, rendering, analysis, and fabrication tools across a wide variety of disciplines.
More accessible development tools: RhinoCommon (.NET), Grasshopper, Rhino.Python, RhinoScript, the Zoo license manager for plugins, and the
Rhino Installer Engine are key ingredients.
An active developer community.
Open source more of the Rhino development tools, including Rhino.Python, RhinoCommon, and the 3DM viewer on iOS.
Free developer tools, including technical support, marketing support, and training. All of our development tools are available to everyone with a valid Rhino license. No special program registration, contracts, license agreement, or approval is needed.
Localization and translation services are available. Details…
Plugins: The Rhino SDK exposes most of Rhino’s internal workings, making it possible for third-party developers to create powerful plugins and add-ons. A programmer’s I/O tool kit with source code is available on openNURBS web site.
Scripting: RhinoScript (VBScript) and Rhino.Python support exposes most of the internal workings of Rhino, making it possible to develop powerful scripts.
Multi-document script editor
Online help system
Documentation and examples
RhinoScript is Windows only
Note: While RhinoScript is still widely used and supported on Windows, we recommend that users and developers move to Rhino.Python for both Windows and Mac. See below.
Rhino.Python is a powerful scripting language in Rhino on both Windows and Mac. Rhino.Python is built for flexibility and clear syntax.
If you would like to give Rhino.Python a try, explore some of the links on the Rhino.Python site.
RhinoCommon is the cross-platform .NET plugin SDK for Rhino.
Available for Rhino for Windows, Rhino for Mac, Rhino.Python, and Grasshopper.
A true .NET style SDK, well organized, and easy to learn.
Available in Rhino for Windows, the RDK includes a rich set of functionality for renderer developers, including:
Support for C++, RhinoCommon and RhinoScript.
Materials: Define custom material types that fully integrate into the Rhino material editor.
Environments: Define custom environment types that fully integrate into the Rhino environment editor.
Textures: Define custom texture types that fully integrate into the Rhino material, environment, and texture editors.
Built‑in Render Window: Rhino Render Window complete with tone operators, post-effects, multiple channel support, recall of recent renders, built-in zooming, support for HDR output, and window cloning.
Sun: Automate the new Rhino sun control with full access to the sun position calculation tools for your plugins.
Custom render meshes: Plugin system for defining render-time custom render meshes that can be used by any render plugin or exported to mesh formats.
Post‑effects: Plugin system for defining post-render frame buffer effects that can be used by any render plugin.
Many minor renderer tools.
You can completely wrap your plugin application around Rhino. Here is how using C++ or RhinoCommon (.NET)
License Management for plugins
The Zoo features:
Supports third-party Rhino plugins.
Runs as a service – automatically restarts when the server reboots.
Uses Standard Internet Protocol Support. Firewall friendly. Now runs across WANs, routers, and VPN.
License checkout duration control.
Updated installation and administration details.
Third-party plugin developer details.
The Rhino Installer Engine
The Rhino Installer Engine simplifies distribution. The Rhino Installer Engine is compatible with the McNeel Update System – a system that keeps Rhino and Rhino plugins current.
The openNURBS developer toolkit now supports Rhino 7 (and earlier) native 3DM files. Other 2D and 3D CAD/CAM/CAE and graphic applications can read and write Rhino 3DM files directly. These development tools are free to all software developers.
Our regional office in Europe provides a translation and localization service for third-party developers and anyone else interested in translating their products to French, German, Italian, Spanish, etc. Details…
If you have developed a Rhino plugin that you would like to make available to other Rhino users, food4Rhino is the place to post the details about your plugins for Rhino and Grasshopper. It is free. Details…
The major goal for each new Rhino release is to make it easier for managers and system administrators:
Easy to share (float) licenses in a workgroup and company using The Zoo or Cloud Zoo license manager.
Tools for easy license deployment in larger installations.
Take more advantage of current hardware.
Automatic notification and download of current bug fix service releases.
Provide more training and support options.
In Rhino 7, we’ve added…
Package Manager: Discover, install, and manage your resources.
Please Note: USA, Canada and Mexico sales only.
Rhino 7 for Windows
64-bit Intel or AMD processor (Not ARM)
No more than 63 CPU Cores.
8 GB memory (RAM) or more is recommended.
600 MB disk space.
OpenGL 4.1 capable video card is recommended.
4 GB Video RAM recommended.
Multiple-button mouse with scroll wheel is recommended.
ViewCaptureToFile: Key ‘Dpi’ value type is not an integer.
CurveThroughPt: Ignore duplicate points
Length: Changed to respect Groups
Selection: Select material diffuse color in Rendered mode
SelBrush: New option – SelectThroughObjects=Yes/No
Annotation: Styles: Font – Height and Text gap missing
Annotation: Text: Edit text on double-click
CPlane: _CPlane all=yes does not work properly
Display: Wrong texture mapping on meshes when VBO cache is enabled
File IO: PDF file where V5 reads some curves that V6 does not.
OSnap: Projects to CPlane, not closest point
Print: Color variation between blocks and exploded blocks
Rendering: CopyRenderWindowToClipboard doesn’t work
Rendering: Materials: ModifyObjectAttributes doesn’t update material object properties page
AddAlignedDimension – style failes
TextObjectJustification wrong for values of 4 an 7 in Rhino 6
CustomRenderMeshes do not update when not modifying object attribute user data
Documentation for Custom Render Meshes
RDK data no longer available in OpenNURBS
Rendering: Materials: Rendered view doesn’t update properly on some changes in OctaneMaterial
New method to create custom mesh mapping
Support wire thickness scaling in ViewCapture based on ViewCaptureSettings
Annotation: Hatch: Keep hatch display consistent in Layout regardless of scale
OpenNURBS: Release 6.15 public opennurbs with linux support
Usability Problems Fixed:
File IO: PDF (vector) import – improvement desired (RH-33452 1)
Textures: Bitmap Texture color mask button is too narrow (RH-51853)
Rhino 6 SR14 (6.14.19118)
Rhino will download and offer to install these updates for you unless you’ve disabled automatic updates.
Annotation: Font in dropdown changes to Arial when highlighting text using Din-PRO font (RH-50459)
Annotation: DimLinear: History broken on Extrusion objects (RH-50905)
Annotation: Leader: Break history on leader text modification (RH-51081)
Arc: Doesn’t respect coordinate input (RH-50674)
BlendSrf: No Zebra on chained edges (RH-50790)
Cycles: Texture images are read in flipped through Cycles XML (RH-51358)
Decals don’t have mipmapping enabled (RH-50908)
Display mode causes block selection to go odd (RH-50649)
Technical shows lines from off-in-detail layers (RH-50008)
Text quits displaying after lots of view changes (RH-50854)
Dialog is hidden on Open from Explorer (RH-48713)
Preserve Units does not (RH-50835)
STEP explosion (RH-51083)
SketchUp materials come in incorrectly in nested components (RH-51558)
Some materials that have names in Sketchup get set to nothing in Rhino (RH-51571)
Grasshopper: Parallel computing with Point in Brep Component crashing Rhino (RH-51201)
Gumball: Does not accept scaling in units, if scale node has been adjusted (RH-51170)
Help: F1 does not open Circle help (RH-51106)
Licensing: Cloud Zoo: Cloud Zoo hang-up (RH-51259)
Localization: Unlocalized command in German Rhino (RH-50786)
MacroEditor: Opens Help web page (RH-51169)
MatchCrvDir: Too flippy (RH-50653)
ModifyRadius: Current radius number format (RH-50637)
NamedView: Dragging a Named View Widget does not cause a OnEvent call (RH-50995)
No Subsystem: In-place material editor displays texture after pasting (RH-50878)
Rhino3dmIO build failing (RH-51375)
Test public opennurbs in 6.14 (RH-51543)
Print: Draw Order not consistent with print output (RH-50792)
Dimension icon becomes blank (RH-51272)
Text and gumball arm wrestling (RH-47379)RDK: Ground Plane dialog shows a tip when it shouldn’t (RH-50772)
Rendering: Materials: The BUMP texture does not open (RH-50706)
RoundHole: Stops working after the first hole (RH-50626)
SDK: DisplayMode properties changed by scripts revert back on Gumball toggle and other actions (RH-51112)
RhinoDoc.WriteFile should pay attention for file extension (RH-51091)
SweepOneRail.PerformSweep failure (RH-50636)
SDK: RhinoScript: Rhino.AddText fails on strings with backslashes (RH-50611)
Selection: Pre-selected object gets semi-unselected during Trim (RH-50851)
SetUserText: Attribute user text from Properties (RH-51298)
Snapshot: Requires BonusTools plug-in to be loaded before it will show layer states (RH-48962)
Toolbar: Icons are wrong or wrong size (RH-50996)
3point plane hang (RH-50901)
Plane as target – No input allowed (RH-50902)
UserText: Fragile link between Attribute User Text – Text Field – Object Name and Object Name (RH-51172)
ViewCaptureToFile: Results in DARK output when using a custom Technical display mode (RH-50740)
Cycles: Crash with linear lights in Raytraced (RH-50809)
:OnEraseBkgnd – Access Denied (RH-50798)
mfc140u!mfc140u – Access Denied (RH-50932)
PackageManager: System.ThrowHelper.ThrowArgumentOutOfRangeException (ExceptionArgument argument, ExceptionResource resource) (RH-50507)
Project: opennurbs!ON_Curve::EvPoint – Access Denied (RH-50929)
RDK: Rhino crashes on exit after pasting a deleted material (RH-50759)
SDK: mfc140u!mfc140u – Access Denied (RH-51067)
SDK: Python: Crash on MatchAtrributes (RH-50362)
Crash in Brep Curve Intersection component (RH-51517)
Rhino crashes when loading Octane. (RH-52114)
Annotation: Text: Cannot change font size in text editor (RH-51527)
Display: “Shade-highlight selected” doesn’t work on objects inside blocks (RH-50700)
Make2D: Clipping plane cutting into box in Top view produces no result from Make2D (RH-51626)
NamedView: Cannot transform control points of Named View Widget (RH-50696)
No Subsystem: :Impl – Access Denied (RH-49602)
Rendering: Switching material type doesn’t show UI (RH-49764)
SDK: RhinoCommon: Documentation for Rhino.Render.RealtimeDisplayMode (RH-32019)
OpenNURBS: Release new public opennurbs from 6.14 (RH-51765 1)
The Layout background color preference is no longer set to black 4
Fixed a crash on macOS Yosemite
OBJ files containing curves will now open
…as well as the fixes found in the recent 5.5, update 9.
Rhino for Mac requires license validation. License validation verifies that the license you are running was issued by McNeel. Rhino will automatically prompt you to validate your license when it starts. If you experience problems with license validation, please post them at http://discourse.mcneel.com.
Please report any problems you find in the Rhino for Mac support forum 1.
Requires latest version of OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.5), the latest version of OS X Mavericks (10.9.5), OS X Yosemite (10.10.5), OS X El Capitan (10.11.6), macOS Sierra (10.12.6), macOS High Sierra (10.13.6), or macOS Mojave (10.14).