launch rhino, draw a curve, quit rhino.
it quits immediately without the “would you like to save?” dialog you would get if you did the same thing except only tried closing the document instead of quitting.
that’s obviously poor management on the user side but just pointing out the behavior.
another thing along the same lines is more of a feature request… that being- when the “would you like to save?” dialog comes up, we can’t use ⌘D for ‘don’t save’ as we can in (some) other applications…
i’ll often do a ⌘W then ⌘D to get out of a window i no longer need or doesn’t require saving but with rhino, it’s ⌘W then mouse to the ‘don’t save’ button…
it’s not a big deal at all… or- i’m not sure if using shortcuts during the save dialogs potentially interferes with the underlaying application, but if it’s just an oversight for not having the ability then could it be hooked up?