I use RhinoDoc.SelectObjects and RhinoDoc.DeselectAllObjects events to control the content of the HumanUI window. Thus when a user selects a curve in Rhino some kind of a property window appears.
It works fine untill the objects are moved (or rotated) in Rhino. It seems that a simple move fires selection events multiple times and everything lags quite significantly. Selecting and moving several objects simultaniously results in a quite a parade of lagging. It looks quite funny though.
The best idea I came up with so far is to unsubscribe my event handlers directly before the transformation using RhinoDoc.BeforeTransformObjects event. The problem is there’s no “AfterTransformation” event, so I can’t subscribe back. It drives me crazy, please help.