SketchUp - CutList plugin 4.1.1

David Richards over at Fine Woodworkings "Click, Design, Build" blog has a heads-up in the first link; and a more in-depth view and use of the SketchUp Cutlist plugin 4.1.1 in the second of the links below:
http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/31758/cutlist-411-for-sketchup-released-today
http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/31860/cutlist-411-a-more-in-depth-look
Those of you who have yet to get a handle on this useful plugin should find it informative.
Since many of us use both SketchUp and CutList Plus, it is also a reminder that the SketchUp plugin can export a file directly from SketchUp that is specifically formatted for import into CutList Plus.
Worth a look if you use either program ...
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On 10/11/2010 9:36 AM, Swingman wrote:

http://www.finewoodworking.com/item/31758/cutlist-411-for-sketchup-released-today
I just started writing very basic plug-ins for SU last week, I started learning Ruby a week or two before that. If you know an object-oriented language, like Java, it doesn't take too terribly long to get started. I am not an expert, but I think Ruby is more like Python or PHP. I was just curious to see who else here is interested in writing plug-ins for SketchUp. I recently signed up at SketchUcation.com--but I learned everything I know about animation working with KarlC's (Swingman's) Zip file (kitchen demo)! : )
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