I’m going to be a little blunt; Pascal has taken his time to custom program a tool just for you, in an effort to give you the functionality you desire. It may not work the way you envisioned, perhaps it may not work at all (note he qualified it with “tested slightly”), but his efforts are not deserving of sarcasm. Pascal has proven to be very willing to revisit and tweak his tools if one is willing to beta-test them and provide feedback regarding either improvements to the functionality or problems with the tools.
As for Brian’s suggestion, yes, you may spend a day learning about all the wonderful ways in which you can customize the Rhino interface and then creating and re-arranging toolbars, but it will be time well spent. One of the best features of Rhino is that it allows the user to customize the toolbars, toolbar buttons, drop-down menus, keyboard aliases, mouse middle button pop-up menu, list of commands which don’t repeat with Enter, and more, until the interface perfectly matches that individual users specific needs and style of working. Once you know how, you may find yourself (as I do) moving buttons around and creating new ones with custom command and option sequences even for individual projects, it’s that fast and easy. Have a look at the help files, and the training guides on the McNeel downloads page.