When I open this page, the “Rhino namespace” section is always expanded in the left hand tree view. This is annoying to me as it is big and it’s probably the section I use the least - I actually can’t recall when I needed something in that section. So the first thing I need to do every time is collapse it. Is it possible to make the page open with all sections collapsed?
I too have always been puzzled by this. At least have it open to
Yes, much better, thanks!! --Mitch
I does indeed, though I still find it a bit odd that these two are essentially the same (i.e. top-level):
I suspect having the
RhinoCommon SDK entry/link (which should also be named RhinoCommon API ) instead be a table that provides an overview of all the documented namespaces would be logical/useful i.e. something like this:
I was also thinking about replacing the landing page when attempting to prevent the “Rhino” node from auto-expanding. We’re using Sandcastle’s default presentation style; It’s pretty janky, but replacing it feels like a very big task and it might be worth using a different documentation generation tool altogether! Aside from the cosmetic issues, I’d like to be able to use these API* docs to easily answer questions like “Can I do this on the Mac too?” or “Will this break in Rhino 7?” or “Is this functionality also available in openNURBS?”. I feel like we have the technology…
I’ve made a note of these two threads on the Great Developer Documentation Refresh™ which will hopefully happen Soon™ (WWW-529).
Fixed again! And a more permanent fix coming when I next update the docs for 6.3