I have a centerline curve I’m using for a “Pipe”. I have HISTORY enabled. The pipe makes correctly. I enable the POINTS on the centerline curve in order to tweak its position. This TOO works perfectly. VERY PLEASED so far.
Is there ANY way to turn off the “almost done” sensor in RHINO ? !
I progress along the curve, dragging EVERY point I want to adjust, the curve follows PERFECTLY, and HISTORY updates the PIPE, PERFECTLY ! Just as I get to the VERY LAST POINT, I’m SMELLING SUCCESS (!) , and BOING !!! I get the error message "Dragging this point has “BROKEN HISTORY”. Suddenly, even undoing to “RESTORE HISTORY” as “promised”, dragging even previously successful points gives me the same problem message. I try a formal “Move” with the same results.
Is there a setting I’m missing ?
How about that “ALMOST done” sensor ? Actually only HALF-kidding on that one, really.
I’ve had to delete the pipe that had some fairly intricate end-work done, and I’m a bit frustrated that I’m going to have to drop HISTORY as a solution to tweaking the PIPE and just live with the initial input results of a static construct. Also frustrated with the loss of more than an hour trying to deal with what’s up, and finally giving up and coming here.
Any thoughts ?