On this page, all commands are collected.
Here’s a guide for formatting in Markdown. Frequently used commands:
Text in bold:
Text in italic
Make a coding box
code snippet in the text.
Let’s make a code block:
code block (four spaces)
Or a longer one:
test test test test
Add a table of Contents
Using the following blogpost, I created a table of contents.
# Table of Contents: 1. [Introduction](#introduction) 2. [Some paragraph](#paragraph1) 1. [Sub paragraph](#subparagraph1) 3. [Another paragraph](#paragraph2)
Jump directly to:
- The Basics
- Setting up Git
- Getting started
- Installing Git
- Getting the SSH-key
- Programming language: Markdown
- Static Site Generators
- Complex (wordpress)
- Using Git to upload changes
- [Editing the Mkdocs theme]
- [Advanced: Hugo file]
Though executing this manually is a tedious process and prone to errors. There should be an easier way to do this! I found the toc plugin built in the Jekyll template.
insert screenshot toc
<a href="#top">Back to top</a>
Losing an object
zoom all extents is very useful to relocate all drawn objects into the views.
Boolean Difference to subtract the traces.
ProjectToCPlane to make a 3D object into a 2D object.
For vertical objects use
Rotate3D to rotate it.
A useful list with Mac hotkeys can be found here.
Export image with frame:
You can invoke the radial menu by hitting the space bar (while your mouse is over the canvas or a component) or by clicking your middle mouse button. In the latest version of RhinoWIP for macOS (6.15.19099.12046), the hotkey to invoke the radial menu in Grasshopper has been remapped, from the
ALT + SPACEBAR. The SPACEBAR has inherited the component search menu. This is
OPTION + SPACEBAR if you have a keyboard from Apple.