About Griddle

The new GriddleAbout command/icon allows users to easily access information about:

  • the current version;
  • license key information; and
  • notification of or manually check for available updates.

Griddle 2.0 is being continuously improved, and users may expect periodic updates. Griddle automatically checks for available updates* each time Rhino is closed, and if an updated version is available, a message box will appear offering users to navigate to the download page. Users may also check for updates manually by clicking on the provided link.

The ability to easily access license information makes it faster and easier to request technical support or request software upgrades. If a monthly or annual lease was purchased, users now can see how many days are remaining on the lease by checking the License Information dialog.

Screen capture of the GriddleAbout dialog (left) with the License Information dialog (right).

*Checking for updates requires an internet connection.


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