Is there a simple method to align the view to be normal to the cplane that has been set? For example, I set the plane to an object, and I would like the view to be normal to the defined cplane.
The command Plan should do this… --Mitch
Thank you, Mitch. That works. The steps I take are: set the cplane to the object, then set the view to Plan. This gives me a view perpendicular to the cplane in the viewport.
I appreciate the advice.
I am having trouble with this technique. I am working in a detail view. Universal Construction Planes are active (not Standard Construction Planes, Options > Modeling Aids).
I set the Cplane using 3 points in the perspective view and save that Cplane as a named CPlane. When I use _SetView > Cplane > Top, it works correctly. However, when I use the same procedure in the detail view, the view seems to be using World coordinates, not Cplane coordinates.
I’ve tried re-starting Rhino.
I’ve included 2 images below of the details views after I’ve applied the _SetView > Cplane commands. As you can see by the Cplane coordinate widget, the views are not normal to the Cplane.
Thanks for any advice you can provide.
Solved: turned on “Standard construction planes” in Rhino Options, activated the appropriate named CPlane within the detail view, _SetView > CPlane > Top.
Anyone have an explanation of why this only works with Standard construction planes? Is this a bug?
Thanks so much - this just saved me.