Hi guys, normally when I use CMD+Shift+S I always got a duplicate file with in the header of the document, the same file name and I could edit the filename easily to create consecutive names. It would always save this file in the same folder as the previous file I worked on where I used the CMD+Shift+S key combo.
Now, since a few days it’s been behaving differently.
The new file I get is called “Unsaved Rhinoceros Document.3dm” and it’s placed in the folder “Autosave Information” by default.
Is there anything I can do to turn the save as a ‘Duplicate’ back to the way it used to work or am I having some error in a config file or something?
I hope someone has the answer, because this is crippling my workflow. Every time I want to make a backup and work on in a new file I now am pulled out of my focus for having to browse my computer to put the new file into the correct folder and copy the name in the previous window and paste it in the new one and add a higher number to it. And I hope this doesn’t sound strange O:)
I’m getting the same issue in version 6. It’s annoying being unable to duplicate a file to the same location, or a location of my choosing. I seem to be running the latest version (6.21) so assume there’s no update to resolve this.
Don’t know what happened but I am running Rhino 7 on Mac and now my duplicate function is not working. I have been using it as a save as since there is no save as so same problem over here any suggestions on how to correct?