I made a simple 3D model to test that command, but it doesn’t work. This is the model I made:
I execute the command and set this options:
And the result is this:
It doesn’t makes the superior view and it makes an isometric and a perspective.
Am I doing anything wrong?
Hello - can you please run
SystemInfo and post the results? Does it behave if you first run
4View twice and then run
I saw the same result & reported it a couple of months ago.
I seem to be getting a couple of incorrect views when using the Make 2d command.
Set up is as follows:
Standard 4 viewports with Perspective viewport set to isometric view.
Run Make 2d, choose 3rd angle projection.
The isometric view replaces top view location and a perspective view replaces isometric view location.
Which version of Rhino are you running?
I am not seeing that the top view is getting replaced by the isometric view on my end.
I do see that a perspective view is being generated, and not an isometric view.
A request for isometric view generation is on the list - but not visible to the public.
I’m running Rhino Version 6 SR11
If you make the perspective view a parallel view and run make 2d as below, then you get the 2d layout with the top and 3d view incorrect.
Hi All - this is the relevant bug report for this, I think -it looks like it is fixed for SR 12. You can get the SR 12 release candidate by setting the ‘Update frequency’ to ‘Release Candidate’ in Options > Updates and Statistics.