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rhino:getrhinoservicerelease [2015/09/14]
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rhino:getrhinoservicerelease [2016/02/04] (current)
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 ====== How do I get a Service Release? ====== ====== How do I get a Service Release? ======
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 > **Summary:​** //How to update Rhino 5 to get the most recent fixes.// > **Summary:​** //How to update Rhino 5 to get the most recent fixes.//
-> **Related ​Installation Help:** //​[[installproblems|Troubleshooting Rhino 5 Installation]]//​+> **Related ​installation help:** //​[[installproblems|Troubleshooting Rhino 5 Installation]]//​
  
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-The quick way is to use the Check for Updates service. ​ In Rhino, pull down the Help menu, and pick Check for Updates. ​ If you are connected to the internet, the McNeel web servers will offer the correct Service Release if there is one newer than your software. ​ For Flamingo, pull down the Raytrace or Photometric menu and pick Check for Updates. ​ For Bongo, pull down the Bongo menu and pick Check for Updates. +The quick way is to use the Check for Updates service. ​ In Rhino, pull down the Help menu, and pick **Check for Updates**.  If you are connected to the internet, the McNeel web servers will offer the correct Service Release if there is one newer than your software. ​ For Flamingo, pull down the Raytrace or Photometric menu and pick **Check for Updates**.  For Bongo, pull down the Bongo menu and pick **Check for Updates**
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-In Rhino 5, go to **Tools, Options, Updates and Service Releases** and set the frequency to "Service Releases" ​or if you are brave, try "Release Candidates." ​When you close Rhino, it will prompt you to approve the install of the latest and greatest. You may decline and run it after a future session.+In Rhino 5, go to **Tools, Options, Updates and Service Releases** and set the frequency to **Service Releases** or if you are brave, try **Release Candidates**. When you close Rhino, it will prompt you to approve the install of the latest and greatest. You may decline and run it after a future session.
  
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rhino/getrhinoservicerelease.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/04 by sandy