Yup, I know. You’d think I would eventually get over it and sometimes I do for brief periods.
This post, however, is about how Rhino deals with me when I forget.
I’ve got a 4K monitor so my layer tab is a pretty small percentage of the screen and I’ve got it over on the right side. When Rhino tells me I’ve done bad it does so by using a Windows standard dialog box in the Windows standard location at the center of the screen. This means a long mouse trip to the center of the screen to dismiss the warning and another long trip back to the layer tab to do it right.
In my humble opinion this could be improved by having the warning pop up like a toolbar right next to the culprit click and have it disappear when the warning is clicked on anywhere. Even better, perhaps, would be to have it disappear the next time the mouse is clicked for any layer related reason (except trying to turn off the current layer again - which would just flash it instead).
Perhaps there are other things in Rhino that use default warning dialogs at the default center-screen location which could benefit from a similar improvement in this day of hi-res monitors.