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grasshopper3

What is the difference between @ScriptingDir and @WorkingDir? I am creating a script that uses resources in a sub-dir of the dir that it is stored in. What is the best and why? THanks!

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linus

According to online help:

@ScriptDir: Directory containing the running script.

@WorkingDir: Current/active working directory.

WorkingDir may change during a scriptrun (e.g. because you change it explicitly), ScriptDir is ScriptDir.

So for your problem: @ScriptDir\myRessources

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