I’ve recently upgraded to Rhino 6 and is running into issues with Matchsrf.
In Rhino 6 when urnning Matchsrf and after selecting MultipleMatches, I’m unable to select additional edge.
Bringing the file into Rhino 5, it works perfectly. Is this a bug or is there something I’m missing with Rhino 6?
Hello - use the ChainEdges option - is that what you mean? That is different from MultipleMatches , which allows up to four edges on the surface to be changed to be selected one after the other for matching to surrounding surfaces.
Another question using the same images - the example above - the Rhino 5 surface that is being matched to, shows direction arrows. The Rhino 6 surface doesn’t (this matches what we’re experiencing here too) - is there any option to turn the arrows back on in the surface that is being matched to. We like them for confirmation of what we’re matching.
Follow up question - is there a way to have ChainEdges on by default? We’re finding that we have to keep doing MatchSrf then C for chain edges and that’s slowing down our process quite considerably as MatchSrf isn’t part of RhinoCommon so we can’t automate it…?