1.2.1 Cloud Licenses
If you are looking to upgrade an existing standalone or network to the cloud, please email us at [email protected].
Type "Karamba3DGetLicense" in the Command line
Login to your account at Rhino3D account. Cloud licenses are available on McNeel's Cloud Zoo Licensing platform. Create an account if you have not already done so.
Karamba3D will try to fetch the license from the cloud.
If this it the first time installing a license, there will be no license found. Click Add a License to add your license.
- use Personal Licenses if installing an individual license for personal use
- use Team Licenses if installing for a company or institution. Team licenses can be shared amongst any group of people.
You will have received an email with the license key.
Click on View License Details to see information about the license. It will display the type of license, the number of seats and the expiration date of the license.
Click Add License and the license should be added to your account.
Click on the license to check the status of the license
Go back to Rhino3d and click Try Again in the Licensing Window
The license will load and upon successful activation, the license information will be displayed in the Command Line
Open Grasshopper and place the "License"-component onto the grasshopper canvas and connect a panel to it. The panel displays the status and expiration of the license.
The license has been successfully installed.
Every time you open Rhino, you need to type Karamba3DGetLicense to load the license each time. This needs to be done before opening Grasshopper.
The Karamba3D license can simply be loaded by typing "Karamba3DGetLicense" each time Rhino loads, but this process can be automated in the Tools/Options -> Rhino Options/General..
Type "Karamba3DGetLicense" into the Command Lists textbox. The license will then be automatically loaded upon opening Rhino.
Make sure to run the "Karamba3DGetLicense" command before opening Grasshopper otherwise the license will not be activated.
When pulling the license from the cloud for the first time, Rhino temporarily holds the license for a few days for offline use. You can manually release the license by logging out of your Rhino account. This will also release your Rhino license.
To release the license, you will need to logout of your account by typing "logout".
Restart Rhino and your license should run.
Upon successful installation of the license you should be able to open example files which have more than 20 beam elements or 50 shell elements. Double check if the license and correct Karamba3D version are installed by opening the below definition:
You can check the licenses installed on your personal or team accounts. All licenses can be administered here and live-usage can be checked.
You can add licenses by logging into your cloud account and proceed to the Add Licenses page. Read more on McNeel.