What is it with Rhino and basic things like printing ?
I have already posted sevral print issues with Rhino 6 to whihc I have had some response, but still no cure to some of them. Now I have YET another to post.
I have a model with 9 layout pages showing a set of patent drawings. Layouts 1-6 are set as “landscape” (in the tab settings for the layout), Layout 7 is set at “portrait” (in the tab settings for the layout) and layouts 8-9 are set as “landscape”. All is well on the screen… however when I print the print window only offers landscape OR portrait…and guess what ? when I print out al the layout except layout 7 print ok (ie: landscape) but layout 7 prints a cut off “portrait” format on a “landscape” page.
It seems once gain that the main print page overides all that is set in the individual layouts which really is quite nonsensical. there is NO point having the choice on each layout if the main print menu overides it anyway. When ‘O’ when will McNeel sort out the basics, instead of adding ever more complex features. As ever printing in Rhino is the nightmare it always has been, and I simply cannot understand the logic behind the way Rhino behaves in this respect.