Thank you! However, I think you misunderstood the problem.
You wrote in your bug report: “In Rhino 7 for Mac, this same macro brings up the popup toolbar as expected but it does not auto hide after clicking an icon as it did in Rhino 6 for Mac. This is what appears to be a regression.”
That’s not the problem. The pop-up toolbar does auto hide - like in V6 - you only have to have “Hide tool palettes when starting commands” checked.
The problem we are talking about is that the pop-up toolbar reappears after finishing a command. This is different compared to V6 and WinRhino, where the pop-up doesn’t automatically reappear (and that’s the correct behaviour).
Regarding the second suggestion for an advanced option… “If we could add an advanced option to not show the tooltip text in the popup toolbar this would also serve to alleviate the pain here. Then the default Popup toolbar option for the MMB would I think work for the users of this macro.”
Perhaps I misunderstood you, but if this would mean just getting rid of the the text and leave only the icons as a (long) vertical ‘list’ then I don’t think this would solve anything - it would make it even worse. The pop-up toolbar should be configurable like the pop-up in V6 and WinRhino, to be able to have something like this, for instance…
By the way… Dan already made a different advanced option almost a year ago:
This is discussed in the original thread. Unfortunately it didn’t seem to have any effect for the pop-up (doesn’t matter if it’s set to true or false - the pop-up reappears).