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mitch_heynick [Organizing your script collection]
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 >//Rhino for Windows and Mac both provide default locations for storing scripts. The folders are hidden from the user by design, so here is how to locate them:// >//Rhino for Windows and Mac both provide default locations for storing scripts. The folders are hidden from the user by design, so here is how to locate them://
  
-**On the Windows platform**, the default scripts folder path is in the hidden **AppData** folder.  The full path to it is: \\  +**On the Windows platform**, the default scripts folder path is in the hidden **AppData** folder.  Each version has a different default folder. The full path to it will be: \\  
-  C:\Users\<yourusername>\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\6.0\scripts+  C:\Users\<yourusername>\AppData\Roaming\McNeel\Rhinoceros\6.0\scripts (or 7.0, etc.)
 You can get to it by clicking the Windows "Start" button and typing **%appdata%**.  This will open the \AppData\Roaming folder, you can navigate along the above path from there.  To be able to access it quickly again, make a shortcut to the folder on your desktop.  You can store both Rhinoscript format scripts (.rvb) as well as Python format scripts (.py). You can get to it by clicking the Windows "Start" button and typing **%appdata%**.  This will open the \AppData\Roaming folder, you can navigate along the above path from there.  To be able to access it quickly again, make a shortcut to the folder on your desktop.  You can store both Rhinoscript format scripts (.rvb) as well as Python format scripts (.py).
  
-**On the Mac platform**, the default scripts folder path is located in the **~Library** folder, also hidden.  **For Rhino 5.0**, the full path is \\ +**On the Mac platform**, the default scripts folder path is located in the **~Library** folder, also hidden.  **For Mac Rhino 5.0**, the full path is \\ 
   ~/Library/Application Support/McNeel/Rhinoceros/Scripts   ~/Library/Application Support/McNeel/Rhinoceros/Scripts
      
-**For Rhino 6.0 and later**, the version number has been added to the folder path.  Each version therefore has its own folder.  The full path will be \\ +**For Mac Rhino 6.0 and later**, the version number has been added to the folder path like in Windows.  Each version therefore has its own folder.  The full path will be \\ 
   ~/Library/Application Support/McNeel/Rhinoceros/6.0/Scripts (or 7.0, etc.)   ~/Library/Application Support/McNeel/Rhinoceros/6.0/Scripts (or 7.0, etc.)
      
developer/macroscriptsetup.txt · Last modified: 2021/01/08 by mitch_heynick