Since upgrading to Rhino7 some of my macro’s creates with blocks with uuid’s behind them.
The situation is very simple, certain blocks I use quite a lot. So i created a macro for it:
_-Layer _C 0 _Enter
“T:\Shared drives\Library DS\3D library\D_Kantenband.3dm”
_B _Pause 1
Maybe it can be cleaner but it works. It inserts the file as a linked block, scale 1, rotation I can choose, then puts the Echo back on.
First time inserting the blocks name is just D_Kantenband (Dutch word for Edge banding), but if i then use the macro again Rhino generates a UUID behind it e.g. D_kantenband 33902969-a431-4feb-bed9-bbf426a6ce3f. The block is still linked and works without any problems, but the name is messed up. (I also need to export the block names so then I need to manually fix the name later)
Its not just this file or macro, any block that I reimport that’s already in my file get the UUID (I re-import them because its faster than scrolling trough the insert block list, sometimes my file has 400+ different blocks).
Does anyone know how to prevent this? Is this deliberate thing that Rhino does or is it a bug?