yup, seems to work.
@david.manuel.stoeger use the command RunPythonScript then load it into the finder window. you can also alias or shortcut it. so thats a working work around it seems.
to see the changes visually you have to use the command PrintDisplay it will not be fully natural, just an estimated version. unfortunately rhino does not offer a precise display for this.
lol i was not able to do that before, thanks Mitch
and here just to confirm @Helvetosaur when i use your script
it simply comments no value being set to something like 10.