Frequently Asked Questions
Not currently, and probably not for quite some time.
You can’t import external shoe last CAD models exactly. What you can do is put them on a temporary layer and then adjust a Shoe Last Maker template until it is a reasonable match. This is a time consuming process. But once you have a template you like, creating a coherent library of templates is more straightforward than with other shoe last software programs.
Zero values essentially tell Shoe Last Maker that you are working with a template that was developed in an older version of the plugin that did not have that parameter. The workaround is to use a number close to zero, like 0.1 for instance.
Sometimes this can happen and I’m not sure why. The fix is use the rotateView command (or button) to get it back to rotating.
These would be isocurves. You can turn them off in the display settings of Rhino by setting them to zero width:
Tools/Options/View/Display Modes/Shaded/Objects/Surfaces/Isocurve Width
Generally you want a relatively new computer to run Shoe Last Maker smoothly. But to make it run smoothly on an older machine, it helps to run in shaded mode rather than rendered.