what I miss in Rhino 6 for Mac is a genuine "save as“-function. I know that if I hit S+shift+cmd I get a duplicate, but it is not called as my file, but says „unnamed rhinoceros document“, so I have to retype my file name again and again.
Background is that I would like to make copies of my file at every crucial step, calling them file-1, then after the next iteration file-2 and so on, so that I can always go back to an older version if my changes don’t work. Now if my files would be called „file“ that would not be such a problem, but I use more complex names for different projects, and keep retyping them over and over.
I am also aware of the rename function, but if I rename file-2 into file-3, I can go on working in file-3, but file-2 is gone.
Why couldn’t it be as in other programs, that your file name is highlighted as it is and you can rename it, but a file with the old name is still in your project folder?
Or am I missing something?
Best regards - Jan