Reinstalled Rhino after installing Windows 10. But CPlanes has gone cranky, and I can’t sort it out. I can see the world axes icon, which in perspective view shows z as vertical as you would expect, and if x is positive to the right, y is positive going away from you, as you’d expect.
In the task bar I toggle to World coordinates. I go to Front view, and draw a circle. Weirdly, if I toggle through the standard views (top, right, front), the size and position of the circle swap around between x, y and z. I thought World gave absolute Cartesian coordinates, but that is not what I am getting. If I use BoxEdit to numerically input say z height, it will move the object in any one of x, y or z depending what viewport I’m in. Only in Top view does the object move in absolute-z. I tried doing all sorts of things with the CPlanes toolbar while toggling CPlanes/World, more and more like a chimp at a typewriter as time wore on, but still no workee.
Assume I have the mind of a ten year old and suggest something I can set and never alter for the next 5 years, that will make BoxEdit always work according to the world axes icon, no matter what viewport I am using; just like it used to before I reinstalled my system.