Thanks for the screenshots, Jeff. Yup, I was doing the same. Max, your tip (pointing to the dropdown menu) allowed me to eventually find the issue. Visibility was not the problem, but Position was (largely, but not entirely) the issue.
For some reason, my default setting for Position > Offset from Lower Left > contained values for X and Y that placed the image in my viewport off the PDF capture screen. I’m wondering if this is the default setting from McNeel—I sort of doubt I changed this since I don’t recall ever trying to print a PDF directly from MacRhino, nor was I even aware of this particular dropdown option)?
Sadly, there remains another problem. No matter how I tweak the settings, the PDF crops off the top portion of the desired elements selected. Here is a Centered view of: 1) the PDF preview (which is resembles the resulting PDF), and 2) a Rhino viewport image of the desired elements.
@jeff_hammond, @maxz: Care to try creating a PDF to see if the enclosed file works on your end?
@dan: Is this a bug affecting all users, or (as my wife believes) do I have some special Cylon super-power that disables technology?
1313-1315_Site_Boundaries.3dm (60.1 KB)