Bug Report - Wenatchee 5 Build 2014-01-29

I have installed the new update to see if it solves the 2 problems I reported yesterday. So far, I’ve not had any file load hangs and the version seems to be crisper on loads.

As for the reproducible case I reported last night that causes the tool panel to freeze still exists. Perhaps I am not understanding the “done” button on this panel. Is Done supposed to do the same thing as pressing return at the end of the operation?

I’ve found a simpler reproducible example:

launch Rhino and create a new file.
elect the circle draw tool (center, diameter)
click to enter the circle
enter a diameter in the text field (I used 5)
click the done button

You are now in a state where the panel is inoperative and can’t be dismissed. If you press return rather than click done in the last step, everything is fine.

it’s a bug. ‘done’ usually works like return. just don’t push it for now :wink:

Me: "Dr. it hurts when I move my arm like this."
Dr.: “Don’t do that!” :wink:

Understood, since I usually use the return key that’s easy. Hopefully, the test case can help isolate the problem.


Yes, the Done button is still broken in 2014-01-29. This will be fixed in the next WIP release.

Great, thanks marlin and thanks for the quick update to fix the load hang problem! I’ve had no load problems.

I just want to say also, I really love the single window interface, well done.

@Michael_Hackney I want to thank you for the great reproducible, step-by-step detailed bug reports. It lets me find the problem right away rather than several rounds of posts of vague “XX doesn’t work” reports.

And @jeff_hammond, thanks for jumping in a lot and either finding problems or directing others to solutions in the forum. It helps a lot.

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I know how important reproducibility is. I think it’s fantastic that McNeel is making such a big investment in Rhino OSX. I would buy the beta now if you’d take my money!

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