Many times, bugs reported will get filed by one of the McNeel support or development crew and you may get a note back telling you the issue number. You can use the command GetIssueState to enter that number in the latest v6 WIP to see if a fix has been submitted in that build. For instance, “RH-30124” will return an issue state of True in the command line in the current build of the day letting me know the fixed behavior should be seen.
I feel as stupid as I am now, I must have typed this into Rhino 5.
There were so many programs running at that time.
After Windows updates required a restart, I tried again with Rhino 6 as the only running application.
Of course it works…