(MacRhino v510, OSX 10.7.5)
MatchSrf just corrupted my file. Did not crash the program, but overloaded the processor for about 3 minutes and a number of things then went awry with the display. Worse, all elements hidden on the active layer were gone after the command – I got what looked like a tiny little point which I could not zoom onto. After saving and reopening, my file looked like this – note the “RhinoView” labels in the second header bar. Nothing would show up in the three gray windows, despite all manner of trying to change these views.
I first suspected corruption of preferences, but creating a new file seemed to worked as expected. The good news is that “Versions” (thank you Apple and RMA!) saved my bacon and I was able to recover the prior work.
I’m not entirely sure what went wrong (I may have run the command on a trimmed surface?), but maybe there’s a bug lurking somewhere in this command?
Enclosed is solely the geometry (three surfaces created by BlendSrf from adjacent planar surfaces) two of which I tried MatchSrf on. At this point, I can’t recall which two elements I used the command on, sorry. If RMA wants to take a peek at the larger file, just let me know.
TEST_MATCHSRF.3dm (71.2 KB)