After installing and then uninstalling of 3DxWare64_BETA_v10-6-5_r3156, followed by a Windows 10 restart, Rhino 6 (Version 6 SR23 (6.23.20055.13111, 24.2.2020 г.) Evaluation) suddenly works with my SpacePilot!!! No 3DxWare driver at all.
The + and - buttons to control the speed of rotation work. The “Fit” button works. The L, R, T and F buttons for Left, Right, Top and Front view, respectively, all work.
However, the 6 function keys of the SpacePilot are pre-assigned by default in the following way and can’t be modified since there is no software to control these changes:
- Command history.
- Undo view.
- Show object control points.
- Rotates the view to Top, but keeps the Perspevtive viewsport label.
There is no way to individually change the speed of the 3d “Cap” in each direction. No sliders for that, since no software. This makes me think that Rhino 6 could natively support older 3d connexion software, as long as someone at McNeal wants to write a code to make a dedicated menu window with sliders and button assign function in a similar fashion like 3DxWare 10.3.0 , for example. It’s the best performing version of 3DxWare for use with SpacePilot.
As for the big dead zone of the new 3d connexion devices, maybe this link will give you a solution: