Solved – Report Problem.
I went back to the Blank Template that I use. It had collected about 15 or so blocks from AutoCAD files that I had opened. For some reason, everytime I opened the file it made hundreds of copies of these blocks. I would call this a Rhino Glitch. If there were only 15 of so original Block ( which I did not save ) in my template file how did the number get multiplied, and it didn’t just multiply once. I checked files in months previously to today—each month the number kept getting larger.
Knowing that, I will have to do an audit on every file when I open a new file and delete any existing blocks in the file manager before I stare to work.
Also, if I want to save a block—I will have to log the block in a book—that tells me in what project I used the block—so I can go there and copy it into the new project file.
I hope Rhino reads this, and addresses this issue. I am sure I am not the only person who uses Blocks.
I can’t wait for Rhino v7 to be released. Hopefully they addressed everyday issues, and didn’t just add new features.
Even with all the B— S— that occurs sometimes. Rhino is the best CAD Program to use.