i wanted to report this “bug” that never happened in rhino 5 before.
i use Rhino 6 for several monthes, and i use in my workflow a lot history and curves.
i’ll try to describe the problem :
when i want to use curve which has history to match an another curve which has not, it breaks its history even if i select “no” in the control panel…
please see two screenshots below…
it deeply impact my workflow and wonder if it can be fixed by any means…
(i really don’t have any clue, don’t know how to script at all)
second question : it is possible to disable the match curve history and preserve previous history like this?
Hello - what are the settings in Match? Is ‘Average curves’ set? If you change an object that is a child in History, it will break history for that object, so it depends on what is being edited. Post the curves and I’ll take a look.
hello, this way, (lower to upper) it’s logic, i want to match upper (no history) to lower curve (history) then it breaks even with “no” option for the other extremity… i can send you an example if it’s not clear.
as a matter of fact, the history breaks that way to any kind of curve with any kind of history (duplicated etc…)
Hello - can you please run SystemInfo and post the result? Note the ‘other end’ setting is not relevant to History - the setting that would matter is ‘Average (Moyens)’ or Join or Merge because the match would then affect both curves. If these are not set then I would not expect History to break (if the upper curve indeed has no history…)
these options you mentioned already broke history in rhino 5, i took care not to activate those… i just want to change the curve that is free of history…
i’m not sure what “systeminfo” is but this is what i get, i can deliver you "commande history if you want…
in any case thank you for your help system info.txt (2.0 KB)