I just updated to Rhino version Version 7 SR5 (7.5.21100.3001, 2021-04-10) and from that moment the view target around which I rotate the view using my space-mouse is not being found properly anymore: When there are only points and lines activated (visible) the rotation centre is always the global coordinate origin. As soon as there is a surface or mesh then it works well again and the rotation centre is adjusted to the centre of those objects. The problem is also gone when I select items, then those items are taken to determine the camera target. As soon as I de-select everything, the view again rotates around the global origin.
To reproduce try the following:
- Start Rhino
- draw a point on the construction plane, close to the origin.
- select it and move it by 1000,0,0
- zoom extent
- now turn the view with the space mouse.
My current experience is that the point easily flies out of the view. When I have the CPlane in sight I can see the small grey-blue ball indicating the rotation centre sitting at the origin.
As I said, when I select the point, all is good. When I draw a box (for example) near the point it’s all good. It’s only as long as I have only points or lines.
I wonder if that’s a newly introduced bug or if there is an option that triggers this behaviour that miraculously got turned on by the update.
Thanks in advance,