Plugins Forum Sticky Links & Guidelines

Plugins Forum Sticky Links & Guidelines

Postby Jim » Sat Nov 28, 2009 5:53 pm

Finding Extensions Posted on the Ruby Forum

Posting Extensions on the Ruby Forum

We appreciate everyone for choosing GSCF to host your hard work and contributions to the SketchUp community.

Here are few simple suggestions to keep the forum organized, and your Extension easy to find:

  • Prefix the topic title with [Plugin]. For example: [Plugin] EventRelay. This creates an easily scanned visual clue that the topic contains a download.
  • Keep downloads and attachments in the first post.
    Some topics get very long, and finding the most recent version of an extension can be time-consuming and confusing. By keeping them in the the first post, everyone know where to find them.
  • Please do not post files that do not belong to you. When this happens, the author loses control over their work.
  • That's all, really. Thanks for choosing GSCF Ruby Forum for distributing your SketchUp Extension.

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Re: Plugins Forum Sticky Links

Postby IAGDint » Fri May 07, 2010 7:56 pm

thanks for all these wonderful listing and information.



Re: Plugins Forum Sticky Links

Postby jaysax » Thu Aug 26, 2010 6:02 pm

Jim wrote:Finding Extensions Posted on the Ruby Forum

NEW! Use the Extension Index

I just got an error 404 on that link. Does it live somewhere else now?



Re: Plugins Forum Sticky Links

Postby Rich O Brien » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:06 pm


Jim recently replaced that index with this thread. Also check out the Visual Index in this subforum to see the greats in action.
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Re: Plugins Forum Sticky Links

Postby Gaieus » Fri Aug 27, 2010 12:01 pm

The whole main site is being under a major maintenance so many links are currently broken. Once we are done, I will refresh those links.

Sorry for this inconvenience.
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Re: Plugins Forum Sticky Links & Guidelines

Postby carlose529 » Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:06 pm

It requires your help to place several commands in a single icon, as shown by the "Fredo Tools" plugin. How is it done in Ruby?. Blessings


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