i thought all commands with options have this behavior, but after searching for it i realized they work always in a different way.
But at the other hand if i use this sample and post select some objects and then change the option i do not see any selected objects any more. If i now press enter to finish the command i would assume there are no objects in the list (because nothing is selected anymore). But there are still the objects in the list of the CRhinoGetObject and that is because of the line go.EnableClearObjectsOnEntry(false);.
So it’s only the visual selection missing and it would work as i wanted. In my opinion the command can make the behavior i wanted, it’s just “one line missing” (or something).
Can you try this on your own and share your thoughts about it?
sorry, but in my opinion this example does the same as the example in the developer samples repository, doesn’t it?
I’m not sure if you understand what i try to tell you (maybe it’s lost in translation ).
The functionality of the example is ok so far, the only issue is the visual yellow selection of the selected object in the 3D view is missing if it is post selected (at least on my side).
Can you confirm this on your side?
sorry for my late answer.
Yes, you are right so far.
My issue comes afterwards:
3.) make a post selection (you see the object highlighted in the 3d)
4.) change option
5.) ----> the highlight of the selection is lost.
6.) press enter
7.) i assume there is nothing selected (because it was not highlighted), but i get the object selected in point 3.