Ok, so the computer at my workplace just got upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (clean install, version 2004), I backed up all my settings before and imported them. I’m using Rhino 6.29.20238.11501. Now I’m facing this very strange issue:
- I set up the positions and size of my toolbars how I want (and had them set up in this exact way before).
- I close Rhino
- I open Rhino, now the toolbars both on top, bottom and left side of the viewport switch positions to their mirror image (the rightmost becomes leftmost, middle one stays in middle…), plus the vertical toolbars on the left get all mangled.
- I close Rhino
- I open Rhino and the positions switch back. Left toolbar remains mangled.
- I can repeat steps 2 to 5 indefinitely with absolute regularity, except the left toolbar looks slightly differently each time, sometimes revealing more buttons, sometimes hiding them
- If at any step I change the position of the toolbar, it again switches position at next Rhino startup.
- It doesn’t matter, whether Lock Docked Windows is checked or not.
- The only non-standard plugin I’m running is V-Ray for Rhino. I tried disabling it completely, but the issue remains. (Is there any other of the default plugins that could cause this?)
- I tried resetting the toolbars to default, I tried resetting all the settings to default (I kept a backup copy of the default settings files found in AppData/Roaming), but as soon as I add a toolbar and place it horizontally next to another one, this issue reappears.
This is what I’m trying to achieve (this very setup used to work flawlessly before the OS reinstall):
This is what I get after the first restart of Rhino (and subsequently every odd restart):
This is what I get after the second restart of Rhino (and subsequently every even restart):
Is there any solution? Or is this just broken in Windows 10?
I will do some testing when I get home where I have old Rhino 5 running on Windows 10. I’m pretty sure I have similar toolbar setup and it works there.