Tutorial – Using the Dynamo Player

From the CADnotes website:

Using the Dynamo Player

By Edwin Prakoso ^(https://www.cad-notes.com/author/edwinp/)
February 26, 2019

In the last tutorial, we learned how to create a Dynamo script to place an element by defining a coordinate ^(https://www.cad-notes.com/placing-an-element-using-dynamo/). However, running a script from Dynamo can be confusing for someone who doesn’t understand Dynamo. You can share and run the script from a friendly interface: Dynamo Player.

Here is another reason why you want to use Dynamo Player: when you run the script from Dynamo, the elements created are linked to the script. When you rerun it, it doesn’t create additional elements. It deletes the old elements then recreates new elements. If that is not what you want, then you need to use Dynamo Player.

Open the script we created in Dynamo. You should see the script similar to below.

Read more on the CADnotes website » ^(https://www.cad-notes.com/using-the-dynamo-player/)