I often edit my Python scripts with a single session of Rhino 6 running (no other Rhino sessions are open). After a few minutes of editing the script and running it from the Python Editor by pushing F5, the following message appears:
This happens about 100 times during a typical day. Sometimes the message is hidden behind another view and it takes me a while to realize that this is the reason that my Rhino session seems locked. Then it can take a bit to find the message and click on No to get going again.
I have been doing this for over a YEAR. Year, like in 365 days or 31,536,000 seconds. That’s 26,000 times I have clicked on No (100/day x 5 days a week x 52 weeks/year).
Now I ask: PLEASE FIX THIS. I hate this message when it misbehaves!
Don’t get me wrong, I love this message. It is very valuable to be notified of a file change when I am running multiple Rhino sessions so I do not shoot myself in the foot and loose work. But when only 1 session is running and I am not using the file manager to alter the file, it is logically impossible for the file to have been changed. I always click No and have never lost anything from the file under this circumstance.
Please, please I am down on my knees begging you to fix this. I believe others have also seen this message (Mitch comes to mind).
Maybe there is an Option for turning off this warning message. But I do not want to do this. I want so see the message when multiple Rhino sessions are running. I just do not want to ever see this message again when only 1 Rhino session is running. @stevebaer, @dale