“when you edit the new button to begin with is it via Shift-RMB to get to the button ‘guts’ or are you doing everything from Macro Library?”
Yes via shift rmb and I tried the macro library but there the picture editor doesn’t pop up at all on the icons with image problems. See image in last post.
“If, once it is created, you close and reopen Rhino and then edit the button, do you get any action?”
No action I even tried turning the computer on and off.
Now that I’ve looked into it deeper I think the problem is not the icon editing but the macro text that is attached to the button. I see in the macro editor every button I’ve ever had in Rhino even the deleted buttons still show a macro. Why are deleted buttons and test buttons with no macro text still listed? There’s tons of empty macros from deleted buttons.
Try copying a button
Change just a small portion of the text
for me after doing that the image no longer displays on the icon.
Or create a new button and copy the text below make an image for that it should work. Then create another new button, paste the text below but change the last line to .25 instead of .125, create another image and click okay, for me Rhino drops the image and I can’t edit the image in any way after I changed the text and clicked ok.
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