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labs:filesnapshot [2015/09/14]
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labs:filesnapshot [2016/04/27] (current)
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-**FileSnapShot** is utility which fuctions ​similarly to the Rhino **IncrementalSave** command. It automatically saves a copy of the current model to a new, incrementally numbered file, (the "snapshot") while keeping the original file open.+**FileSnapShot** is utility which functions ​similarly to the Rhino **IncrementalSave** command. It automatically saves a copy of the current model to a new, incrementally numbered file, (the snapshot) while keeping the original file open. 
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 +====More details...====
  
-====More Details...==== 
    * **FileSnapShot** writes out the current file to a unique and automatically incrementing file name. It determines the last number used in a previous FileSnapShot and properly increments it for the new file name.    * **FileSnapShot** writes out the current file to a unique and automatically incrementing file name. It determines the last number used in a previous FileSnapShot and properly increments it for the new file name.
    * **//File successfully written as <​drv:​\path\filename 00x.3dm//** The drive and path are the location of the current file, and the file name is decorated with an automatically incrementing number.    * **//File successfully written as <​drv:​\path\filename 00x.3dm//** The drive and path are the location of the current file, and the file name is decorated with an automatically incrementing number.
   * This number is incremented properly, even if the file is closed and opened during an subsequent editing session.   * This number is incremented properly, even if the file is closed and opened during an subsequent editing session.
   * **FileSnapShot** will not ask if you to type in a number or if you want to overwrite a file.  ​   * **FileSnapShot** will not ask if you to type in a number or if you want to overwrite a file.  ​
-  * **FileSnapShot** uses the SaveSmall option by default, but that may be configured by running **-FileSnapShot.**  ​+  * **FileSnapShot** uses the SaveSmall option by default, but that may be configured by running **FileSnapShot.**  ​
   * If the files has not been saved prior to using the **FileSnapShot** command, Rhino will prompt you to save first with the following message: // “This file has never been saved. Rhino cannot save a snapshot from an unsaved file."//​   * If the files has not been saved prior to using the **FileSnapShot** command, Rhino will prompt you to save first with the following message: // “This file has never been saved. Rhino cannot save a snapshot from an unsaved file."//​
-  * FileSnapShot is available in 32bit for Rhino 4/Rhino 5 and 64bit for Rhino 5.+  * FileSnapShot is available in 32-bit ​for Rhino 4/Rhino 5 and 64-bit ​for Rhino 5.
  
 ====Installation==== ====Installation====
   * Download {{:​labs:​filesnapshot.zip|}}   * Download {{:​labs:​filesnapshot.zip|}}
-  * Unzip into folder. (Do you need a program to upxip this file? Click [[http://​www.jzip.com|here]])+  * Unzip into folder. (Do you need a program to upzip this file? Click [[http://​www.jzip.com|here]])
   * Unzipping will create a number of subfolders in the location that you select. ​   * Unzipping will create a number of subfolders in the location that you select. ​
     * **V4** subfolder for Rhino 4     * **V4** subfolder for Rhino 4
     * **V5** subfolders for Rhino 5      * **V5** subfolders for Rhino 5 
-  * Drag and drop the appropriate **FileSnapShot.rhp** for your installation on to the Rhino Application or load from **Options -> Plug-in Manager -> Install**+  * Drag and drop the appropriate **FileSnapShot.rhp** for your installation on to the Rhino Application or load from //Options -> Plug-in Manager -> Install//
-    * **Rhino 4** (32bit) load //<​drv:>​\folder\V4\FileSnapShot.rhp//​ +    * **Rhino 4** (32-bit) load //<​drv:>​\folder\V4\FileSnapShot.rhp//​ 
-    * **Rhin 5 32 bit load** //<​drv:>​\folder\V5\win32\FileSnapShot.rhp//​ +    * **Rhin 5 32-bit load** //<​drv:>​\folder\V5\win32\FileSnapShot.rhp//​ 
-    * **Rhino 5 64 bit load** //<​drv:>​\folder\V5\x64\FileSnapShot.rhp//​+    * **Rhino 5 64-bit load** //<​drv:>​\folder\V5\x64\FileSnapShot.rhp//​
  
labs/filesnapshot.txt · Last modified: 2016/04/27 by sandy