Hello - Any simple examples you can provide would be helpful - I suspect the change in how annotation styles are handling things may be underlying a lot of what you’re seeing, but it would be useful to have examples- my quick test with both embedded and linked blocks seemed OK here for example, so there must be a combination of factors I’m not hitting yet.
This has been addressed through a application setting. There are so many different monitor configurations out there nowadays that it is hard to figure out what the exact correct thickness is to use when drawing in wireframe.
The easiest way to adjust the wire thickness is through the TestWireThicknessScale command that is discussed here:
Please give the SR3 release candidate a try if you are willing. This is how we can figure out if we are making any improvements for your specific issues. We’ve made quite a number of changes recently with respect to text. We will continue to ship service releases every month with fixes.
open a fresh rhino> type some text and make this a block> scale this block, for example 5 times> open this block and close it again, now here is where the problem starts, and the text wil scale huge out of proportion.
https://mcneel.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/RH-45146 (you won’t have access to that YT issue since it come in through private email communication and is therefore considered private). This one bug may have manifested itself in different ways and may have been many of the mentioned bugs in the discourse post. SR5 is not available yet, but we should see an initial release candidate for it in about two weeks. If you need access to this service release before then, let me know and I’ll see what we can do.
This is currently solved through the TestWireThicknessScale command. We’ll improve this in the future, but that command should let you adjust thicknesses to your preferences.
I’ll need a sample or some more information on how to repeat this.
How much longer? I’ve heard reports of Rhino 6 taking longer to save, but I’m not really familiar with this issue or how bad it is.
@JohnM can you take a look at this? I don’t know if it should be filed as a bug yet or if there is something that changed in the UI to allow for different sorting styles.
@stevebaer I did some testing and it looks like it is using a case sensitive sort in V6 and it was not in V5, I would say it is a bug. Looking at the code to see how it is sorting, I know there is a core function you can call to get a sorted list of table objects and I don’t know if that changed. I’m assuming we are talking about the combo box at the top of the insert dialog box.