The free evaluation can be used once per computer, and requires a network access to www.license.tomkod.com
The license activation requires network access to www.tomkod.com
Please check your firewall in case of failure.
The activation window automatically shows up when the plugin is loading and a valid license or trial is not registered.
If you want to see, change or remove your license while the plugin is already loaded, you can use the Rhino commands PluginName_License.
An activation status is always visible on the upper right corner of the form, if the icon is green your plugin will be enabled:
This first tab is dedicaced to the trial requests. Your trial status is displayed, and the button is disabled if a trial is not available for your computer (Your trial has already been activated, or the server is unreachable)
This tab's two main buttons let you Check-out (Activate) or Check-in (Desactivate) your license from our license server.
When the checkbox “Enable floating licenses” is checked, every TomKod's plugins will try to desactivate the license automatically when closing (Making it available for another of your computers)
Finally, a license certificate (*.TkLic) can be selected at the bottom of this tab. It allows to activate a license offline, but the license won't be floating anymore. If you need one, contact us at https://www.tomkod.com/contact/
The toolbars for Rhino are always included in your plugins installation directory, or can be downloaded here.
To install them, you just have to drag/drop the file “Tomkod.rui” to a rhino window.
Our plugins are also compatible with Yak, Rhino's new package manager 1), which is basically an application store for Rhino. You just need to call Rhino's command _PackageManager:
You can also install from the repository with the following command line:
"D:\Program Files\Rhino 6\System\Yak.exe" install 'PluginName'
If you add this in a batch file (*.bat) at windows startup, it is probably the best way to keep all your plugins up-to date