Hi, i’m currently setting up rhino keyboard shortcut like <ctrl+m> for _Move or <ctrl+l> for _Line _V for creating vertical line directly. I’m currently trying to make a shortcut <ctrl+shift+m> to start moving object vertically without having to interact with anything. but entering the macro command _Move _V doesn’t work I have to press enter for the command to start so I tried the macro _Move _V _Enter but that doesn’t work either. So i’m asking if it’s possible to make this work because unlike the Line command which have a vertical option, Move have a vertical toggle (Yes/No) option, so how can I program this macro without having to press enter (which is not the end of the world but annoying nevertheless)?
Hi Kevin - with post-selected objects you need a Pause in the macro but you need Enter from the actual enter key to end the selection. However it should just work with pre-selected objects, generally a smoother way to work in Rhino anyway.
Yes windows 10 with regular mouse + keyboard. The thing is that pressing the enter key seem to repeat the macro but correctly.
This history been taken in a new rhino document which start with the creation of a box and pressing ctrl+shift+m then enter and 2 click to move the box
But, at the point when you go to press Enter, what does Rhino look like, on screen? The command prompt says ‘Point to move from’ so you should be seeing a ‘get point’ cross hair cursor waiting for you to click some place…no? if you want to bypass the ‘from’ point, you can put it in the macro
When I do ctrl+alt+m nothing happen my history display that a move command have been done and that the vertical was set to yes but my cursor is still an arrow. When a press enter I get the cross hair and I can pick a point like a normal move command