I could not find an answer to this simple question: I want to run a point-in-time illuminance simulation and was looking for an input to set the number of threads. Is this possible in HB[+] ?
If you use Windows it´s not possible, you can use more CPu´s in Linux, but you will need to add -n to your command. That´s simple Radiance on Windows
Thanks for your reply. So then the -n command cannot be used in Windows with HB[+], right?
nope Windows Radiance is not capable of that. You know " A computer is like an Air conditioning- it becomes useless when you open Windows"
I’m glad i re-asked to make sure, because that Windows quote was perfect