Apply scale [ALT + A] to your object (before you invoke RADarr), it would be fine.
Yo! I’ve grabbed free version of your plug on gumroad… got some extra cash now but i can’t purchase the advanced version. Tried 2 times already. Gumroad -even when selecting the advanced- adds the basic version with message ‘You already have that’. No idea what’s going on.
had the same, its mentioned above. None of the solutions worked for me, so i made a new gumroad account to get it
Problem is it recognises my Visa card & email. And then automaticaly redirects me to my account. Very strange. Haven’t got any problems like that before.
I am sorry to say, it’s like an issue (kind of a bug) on Gumroad’s part. I have had some customers asking me about this very same problem (who tried out the Basic and now wanted to have the Advanced version).
I reached out to the Gumroad Support team regarding this very same thing couple of times, and each time I received almost similar “workaround” solutions.
This is my first time on Gumroad, hence I didn’t know about this existing issue. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have made it a tiered (variants) product launch. However, I am thinking of decoupling it into two seperate product pages, in best possible way (i.e. without affecting the existing customer’s experience in procuring the latest and updated version in future). I am also looking forward to publish RADarr on other multiple marketplaces.
And yes, if you wish… I would earnestly request you to beseech their support team once, you as a buyer. Maybe, if this is get heard by them often times… they might eventually fix it.
After i’ve posted i noticed people already reporting it. Don’t worry - i’m still interested & you have my support. I was trying ‘the workaround’ solutions with no effect. I’ll try next month - i’d give guys at Gumroad some time to fix the bug.
Thanks for the plug BTW! Good job… well, at least on basic version
@Pelax Thank you. If you liked the Basic one so much, I hope you are absolutely going to love the Advanced version many times over. Thank you once again for your kind words.
Just to give you a little insight to what I am doing in last few days on this particular project, let me tell you that I am very exicted to bring the mesh level functionalities and features pretty soon (maybe within this week or so).
In one particular feature, I need to remove a portion of the unwanted geometrical mesh (after fusing different instances of RADarr). For this I would need a 2D plane in a 3-dimensional space. So, I collected a data-set of the coordinates of this 2D plane at different Count intervals. I have had to refine these data a lot to make it more meaningful upon few iterations.
Okay, I don’t have a huge chunk of data to start with… but I wanted to try some polynomial regressions to make some sense out of it. You may make use of Machine Learning approach to get to a certain conclusion. Here is an interesting article and quick-start guide to get your feet wet on this technology.
So for regression, I plotted a graph c vs x₁ (i.e. just the first two columns from the above table).
I found that if I seperate out the even number of counts [c, along the x-axis] from the odd numbers, I can get a pair of exponential expressions. And making a special case for the count # 2.
Voila, my recipe is very much ready now! I just need to cook it [the py-code] for a while and finally garnish it with a best possible UX.
Hey @parel, it’s coming along pretty nice.
This feature works both in Object and Edit mode with an added functionality of removing the unwanted (or excess overlapping) geometrical mesh. The way I approached to solve this particular scenario, I have kind of briefed in my earlier post yesterday. If interested, please have a look.
this tool is getting farther and farther. I applaud your work.
Great feature Arindam- that is excellent!!
Could have maybe mentioned its 2.8 only, just bought it then realised it won’t work on 2.79
Oh, initially I have had a plan to make it work for 2.79b as well, and specifically if there is enough demand. However, with 2.80 beta getting pretty close to a stable release now (with so many new features that is not there in 2.79.x) and no one asked me to make portable version for 2.79, I dropped the plan altogether.
Right now I am kind of very much occupied with lot of miscellaneous things, and also preparing a (new) feature-release of this tool soon, I can get back to make a version for 2.79 only after few days.
You may ask for a refund, if you do not wish to wait for a week (at max). Just PM me your full name and email id, I will issue it at the earliest.
Nono even if you wasn’t going to do a 2.79 version I would never ask for a refund, its nice to support developers. But thank you for committing to making it for 2.79, at the moment 2.8 isn’t suitable in a production environment which is why I still use 2.79.
I have just updated the latest version of RADarr with the much awaited mesh level ops (and few other fixes). Update your local repositories from your same respective library accounts.
@Pelax and whomever have chosen the Basic version first and now want to procure the Advanced version as well; also happens to keep all their purchases within same Gumroad acount/library, please get it here.
Updated demos and detailed documentation will soon follow.
Thanks once again for all your continued support.
Would it be possible in the future to have the zip files also have the version number on them? So instead of “radial_array.zip” it would be “radial_array_004.zip”? Gumroad doesn’t indicate that you updated today (it says the last time was a month ago) but when I downloaded the zip file again it had the updated version number in the .py
That’s a nice idea, thank you. And it’s done!