Well, we are excited about our users being excited! :-) A serious answer to your question is that, at this point, we simply do not know enough about our users (you!) and demand for Scan&Solve to make such decisions. This technology is so new, so advanced, and so different from a typical unpleasant "analysis experience" that we need all the feedback we can get from the users and early adapters of Scan&Solve. So please, use the software, post examples, share your experience, tell us what you think and what you would like to see in the future -- and we will do what we can to get there. There are just so many wonderful opportunities ahead of us!
Well, thank you for your fast reply! I will download it as soon as I get a chance so much work here at the moment :-) I would use the program mainly for "testing" different design options (product design, chairs, tables, concert hall seating)...
... And if you have a wish list... Please put a OS X version high on that list :-)
I think I'm even more excited now...
It appears to be a result of the language difference between our operating systems -an unexpected twist. Does Scan&Solve work despite the message? Either way, we appreciate your patience while we fix it up.
It appears to work correctly, yes (it did crash Rhino the first time though - no crash dump).
I don't quite understand all the controls yet. A simple introduction and explanation of the (few) options would be nice. When you have time - no big deal :-)
Included in the installation is a very brief "ReadMe.pdf" located in the installation directory. The document describes what the different controls do. On Windows XP, the default location would be C:\Program Files\Scan&Solve\ReadMe.pdf.
I guess we neglected to include any reference to it. We'll correct this on the next release and add a link to it here.