if i would like:
! _-RunPythonScript script1
! _-RunPythonScript script2
it wont accept both… the second one replaces the first one instead of accompanying it.
i think this is good in most cases since it helps you avoid making duplicate shortcuts. (though you can still assign 1 shortcut to two commands… which should probably get sorted out eventually)
but in a case like running a script, it should let you make separate shortcuts if the trailing name is different.
Hrmmmm. Replicated and logged in MR-1163.
though you can still assign 1 shortcut to two commands… which should probably get sorted out eventually
You mean like this (MR-1164), right?
not sure… those aren’t available to public viewing
yep… both of those are right (or, the same things i’m seeing)
In the latest RhinoWIP, it seems you can run different scripts from different keyboard shortcuts. @jeff_hammond you might want to sanity-check our work…
this works properly for me… i can now use -RunPythonScript in more than one keyboard shortcut.