Layers bar on the top of Window and locked


(Ps2jr94) #1

I followed Previous steps to find this but I dont know what the last file would be for Rhino 5 to delete then restart. Does anyone know what the last part would be which is the file?

Close Rhino, run Regedit, and try deleting this ley:
HKCU\SOFTWARE\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0 (64-GB)\Scheme: Default\Window Positions\Docking Windows\Dock bars**2363ed67-616d-4861-9e87-e2f38fe788a5**


#2

Mine does not have the same key number here… what I would suggest is to navigate to:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0x64\Scheme: Default\Window Positions\Docking Windows\Dock bars

as in the image below - then highlight the dockBars folder in the left pane, and press F3 to bring up the search box. Type “Layer” in the search box - that should find you the key you want…


(Ps2jr94) #3

It led me to something that was not in dock bars.


#4

Hmm, I have

3d56f732-36c3-4dde-8077-f01256aea56a

under Dock bars

But that may be the Layer toolbar, not the layer panel…


(Pascal Golay) #5

Hello - I would just delete or rename the entire Dock bars level and then Rhino - see where that gets you.

-Pascal


(Ps2jr94) #6

Do you think that would negatively effect rhino in anyway?


(Pascal Golay) #7

Hello - it will reset all the docking locations but apart from that there should be no ill effects. If in doubt, rename the key, don’t delete it. Rhino will make a new one with the correct name when it runs. In fact, I think taking the entire DockingWindows key is what I’ve done in the past:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\McNeel\Rhinoceros\5.0x64\Scheme: Default\Window Positions\Docking Windows

-Pascal


(Ps2jr94) #8

Is that for Rhino 5x64?


(Ps2jr94) #9

I Got it thank you so much for your help!