_Rebuild is another one.
it’s all of the dialogs that look like this:
…which to me, is a more standard mac looking dialog… the buttons on the bottom with one of them highlighted that will accept the return key… the look/color/etc  maybe not color… they’re the same color as the other style so no difference there [/edit]
in contrast, if you run the dashed version of these commands, you’ll get the less mac_y and more rhino-like command dialog… which is what these user reports are asking for.
with that dialog, i can drive the commands/options from the keyboard (which, to me, is more important than whether or not i can finish with space) as well as finish it off with spacebar where as the non-dashed Rebuild, i have to drive the command with the mouse cursor and can’t commit with spacebar.
with some of these commands, l’ll lose functionality if opting for the dashed version… for example, with
-NetworkSrf ,there’s no preview option… with -BlendSrf, i lose the sweet sliders… so in those two cases, i don’t direct my alias to the dashed version whereas i do use the dashed version of SetPt… we get more options then (copy) as well as the speedier or keyboard driven dialog.
anyway, what i meant to say before going off on a tangent was that you can tell which commands are subject to the no-spacebar-policy by how they look… or from a developer side, possibly easier to find all of them because you’d just search for those types of panels in the code… (ha… i don’t know if you could really do that… just guessing)