I was wondering if its possible to access the rhino settings and toolbar layout with marcros as well? Im looking for a macro which hides viewport tiles and the standard toolbar in order to see only the viewport itself when its executed.
Hello - you can use
! _-Options _Appearance _Visibility ...
to set a lot of this.
Interesting! I Would like to toggle Options > Appearance > Viewport Titels for example.
Is there a reference about the syntax of macros? What about the toolbar layouts are they accessible by marcos at all?
Some basic functionality is available - for example you can toggle the visibility of certain toolbars. What do you want to do?
In fullscreen mode in Rhino 6 standard toolbars are still visible (horizontal ones); I would like to hide them by a macro command.
Yep, that’s a major screwup with V6 that apparently will not get fixed at all until V7.
If you are working with the default workspace (default.rui) and you add this as a keyboard alias or keyboard shortcut, it should work to toggle the top standard toolbar group when you type the alias or hit the shortcut key:
-_Toolbar _Group "Default" _Toggle "Standard Toolbar Group" !
If you have renamed your workspace, substitute its name for “Default” in the macro.
Thank you again that works for me:
Last thing I dont manage to do is:
To hide or show: Options > Appearance > Viewport Titels via macro
should be analog to:
-_Options _Appearance _Visibility
But how would the syntax for Viewport titles be?
Seriously!? This is a major drawback, especially for presenting directly from Rhino models. I can’t believe that this is a very hard thing to fix. It just may seem like not a big deal… but it is. Hope it can be moved to one of the upcoming SRs (last time I saw it slated for SR5)
-_Options _Appearance _Visibility _ViewportTitles Hide _EnterEnd