Thanks for that video. Still having some problems, though. I originally installed Radiance on C:\Energy\Radiance (no spaces) and got the following issues when opening the “000_GettingStarted_With_Honeybee.gh” file:
- Honeybee cannot find RADIANCE folder on your system.
Make sure you have RADIANCE installed on your system.
You won’t be able to run daylighting studies without RADIANCE.
A good place to install RADIANCE is c:\radiance
- Honeybee cannot find EnergyPlusV7-2-0 folder on your system.
Make sure you have EnergyPlusV7-2-0 installed on your system.
You won’t be able to run energy simulations without EnergyPlus.
A good place to install EnergyPlus is c:\EnergyPlusV7-2-0
- Solution exception:Could not find a part of the path ‘c:\ladybug\HoneybeeRadMaterials.mat’.
I now reinstalled Radiance in the C:\Radiance folder and when dropping the Honeybee_Honeybee component on the canvas, I get the following:
Runtime error (DirectoryNotFoundException): Could not find a part of the path ‘c:\ladybug\HoneybeeRadMaterials.mat’.
line 253, in init, “<string>”
line 2200, in script
[that is also the only error that I’m now getting when opening the 000 getting started file).
There is no c:\ladybug on my PC.
Note: In order to run the Radiance installer, I had to run as administrator. My user doesn’t have write rights on the c-root folder (and no chance of getting that either…