Changed as suggested, thanks.
I’ll give it a try. Thanks.
I added this description to the Perpendicular option.
“Enable the Planar mode to draw the line parallel to the current CPlane from a curve that does not lie on the CPlane.”
The 2Cuves option makes the operation scriptable.
Mouse action is not scriptable.
Gumball documentation file is here: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/commands/gumball.htm
It uses different names for the gumball origin:
Free move origin
The origin is the gumball center.
Rotate the object on the gumball center.
Drag the gumball origin to drag the whole object in any direction.
The GumballRelocate command moves the gumball widget origin and orientation on an object.
Use of MoveUVN with curves is not documented in the V6 Help. https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/commands/moveuvn.htm
(Lack of documentation also mentioned in Adjusting control points on wire frame)
Knot documentation is here: http://docs.mcneel.com.s3.amazonaws.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/popup_moreinformation/knot.htm
Knot documentation is incomprehensible because it is devoid of drawings. I made simple drawing, shown below, which may be used to define knot. I drew the red curve first. Then I drew the green line between the control points. Finally, I drew the blue line. The blue line is perpendicular to the red curve and the green line. The knot is part of the red curve. It is defined as the intersection of the red curve with the blue line.
Are the knot values the same as their parameter values and parameters reported by EvaluateUVPt command? Is there a curve equivalent of the EvaluateUVPt command? (command which reports curve parameter at a point picked by Rhino user)
Edit points are documented in this file: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/popup_moreinformation/editpoint.htm
It says: Edit points on a curve are displayed at knot averages… edit points… are not knots themselves.
What are these knot averages? The edit points are located in the same places as the knots.
Accurate modeling documentation file is here: http://docs.mcneel.com.s3.amazonaws.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/user_interface/accurate_modeling.htm
Example with angle and elevator mode
1. Start the Line command and place the first line point.
2. At the End of line… prompt, move the mouse to the location where the line should end, activate elevator (press Ctrl ), and type <30.
3. A line is drawn at 30 degree angle to the construction plane, ending on the elevator line.
This description is incomplete. You cannot type anything while you hold down the Ctrl key. You have to click left mouse button while holding down the Ctrl key, release the Ctrl key, and finally, type <30.
Continuity is documented here: http://docs.mcneel.com.s3.amazonaws.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/popup_moreinformation/continuity_descriptions.htm
and here: http://docs.mcneel.com.s3.amazonaws.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/commands/gcon.htm
I believe that these two files should be merged into one file and that drawings should be improved. Here is my compilation of drawings and text posted on the Internet:
SubCrv command has Direction option, but it seems that this option cannot reverse direction of the subcurve. Either the option does not work, or it is not explained well.
Object snaps documentation is here: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/user_interface/object_snaps.htm
It says: Object snaps work on visible objects only. Objects that are obscured by other objects cannot be snapped to, except by the Mid object snap…
SnapToOccluded command allows object snaps to work on objects that are hidden behind other objects.
The first sentence is false - the Mid snap does not work on occluded objects when the SnapToOccluded is disabled. When the SnapToOccluded is enabled, all snaps work on occluded objects.
Panel options documentation is here: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/user_interface/panel_options.htm
To make a tab stand alone
Click and drag the tab outside the panel window.
To move the tab to another panel container window
Click and drag the tab to a different panel window.
It should say:
To make a panel stand alone
Click and drag the tab outside the panel container window.
To move the panel to another panel container window
Click and drag the tab to a different panel container window.
I would be good idea to mention the panel container window in documentation of the Rhino window: https://docs.mcneel.com/rhino/6/help/en-us/user_interface/rhino_window.htm
The Panel options documentation does not explain that behavior of floating panel depends on whether it is dragged by its handle or tab (shown below).
Looks like this is only true when a degree 3 curve that is uniform and has 5 control points. I’m not a mathematician. Some of the questions are out of my knowledge.
My understanding is no.
No, but the Dir command shows the parameter on the status bar when you snap to a knot. I added a note in the Dir command topic.
Corrected as below.
Topics will be updated when the next time I upload new files.
All corrected to use “gumball origin”.
I’ll have to check with our developer first.