How can I make Rhino work so that when I do a Make2D command it automatically groups the lines for each view individually? Would python be the way to go?
The Make2d command in V6 WIP already has a Group option that Groups each view.
A command macro using the scriptable version of the command should do the trick.
What do you mean by a command macro, I don’t want to have to wait for V6?
Make2d in V5 does not have the Grouping option.
Make2d in V6 is far better than the tool in V5.
Thanks for the Macro Link is there any way I can create an alias command for my Make2d
I get stuck because of the pop up window when you actually choose to do Make2d
I want the command to go something like this
Creating 2d drawing (perspective view)… Press Esc to cancel
Creating 2d drawing (top view)… Press Esc to cancel
Creating 2d drawing (front view)… Press Esc to cancel
Creating 2d drawing (right view)… Press Esc to cancel
How do I make this work?
Precede the command name with a hyphen:
Run the dash (scriptable) version of the command from the command line so you see what all the command line options are and what character is passed to trigger it.
@Roy2 A simple macro (that you can stick on a button, or just paste to command line) can help. For example:
!_Make2D _Pause _SelLast _Group
One issue is that you will not be able to group each of the 4 views separately.
As JB mentioned, in V6 there is a grouping option that does that for you.
Do you have a solution if i want to have 2d drawing of XXX polysrf/srf/solid groups with texts on them to be grouped after the make2d
Hi Blastered - the grouping in V6/WIP is per input object - is that what you mean?