I still would like to see an option in the Gumball options to enable/disable scale/rotate/move. Many times I work on stuff that only requires translation, or only requires rotation. and I see myself accidentally clicking gumball controls I do not intend to use. Same happens when I’m adding Sub-selections: I want to click on some extra faces to add to my selection and instead I click the scale square of the gumball.
@gustojunk - would it be OK if you have to go into Options every time to change this? Context of my question is, I gathered from some comments that this is more of an immediate, on the fly change that you all would like to make but this comment suggests Options is OK and Mikko points out that you can set scale handles to 0 now to make them go away. We are arm-wrwestling over whether that is a good enough solution…
McNeel needs to stay in business. We need them to stay in business. So let’s all support them by buying upgrades, Please…pretty please…pretty please with a cherry on top.
Keep in mind all other 3D software doesn’t even let you exchange files between different versions, forcing users to upgrade if one user/customer in their work circle upgrades. Here your only soft push to upgrades is new functionality, I think McNeel only putting new features in new versions of the software is extremely reasonable.
I don’t use the Gumball at all because it is too risky. I can’t risk accidental scale changes. This has been an ongoing saga for over 4 years, I suppose doing without it for another 10 years won’t make a difference.
This is not a “New” feature. This is a cure to a tool that has a serious built in flaw rendering it useless… I think that it is absurd that a tool can be defective for over 4 years given that the fix is really very simple from a technical point of view. Anyway, I love Rhino and of course I will upgrade to 7 one day when it is stable but in the meantime I cannot use the gumball because it has a serious flaw!!