I accidentally added toolbar few months ago and I can’t get to remove it. I searched everywhere and couldn’t find the method.
As you can see there is two empty toolbars.
I couldn’t remove it so I just had to minimize them and use the program.
I want to remove them. How can I do that?
These white, horizontal rectangles look like toolbar groups. If you have not customized toolbars, run ToolbarReset command and restart Rhino.
Another thing you can do is click hold and drag the toolbar by it’s name into the viewport. Then delete it.—-Mark
I tried to run “ToolbarReset”, but it didn’t work, see the left part of the image.
My empty toolbar seems to be the result of the upgrade from Rhino 5 to Rhino 6. I faced the same problem when I upgraded from Rhino 4 to Rhino 5 and at that time the solution was to set to 0 the value of “Visible” of the property “CurrentUser\Software\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0x64\Scheme: Default\Window Positions\Docking Windows\Dock bars\7491ffac-ebf2-4214-bf42-d3d1e4e0f0e1” in Regedit with Administrator credentials.
This property non longer exists under Rhino 6. Does anyone have a solution?
Upgrade driver of your graphics card (GPU). If it does not solve the problem, start Rhino in safe mode: Starting Rhino in Windows | Rhino 3-D modeling
If the safe mode helps, it means that either OpenGL or third-party plug-ins cause this problem. If it does not help, you need real Rhino expert (like Pascal Golay).
I started Rhino in safe mode as you suggested and in fact the empty toolbar vanished.
Apparently the problem is caused from importing a toolbar collection from Rhino 5. I’ll investigate this now.
Thanks for your help. L