one weird thing i'm seeing right off..
in rhino, draw a line (_Line -> click two points)
in Atom, enter
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs
(or enter anything that will run actually)
use the atom shortcut keys to run the script and the point is added as expected but i'm also getting a notification:
as in: when the script is run from atom, rhino is completing the script then giving a notification of the last completed command which happened in rhino (and we generally don't get these notifications unless something takes a long time or you've left the application.. a long export or boolean operation for example.. i've never seen one for Line before )
this is a little confusing for a mac user (well, it was for me)..
if that's going to be the default shortcut in atom, you should write it
control-option-r (or control-opt-r) in the instructions..
generally when seeing ctrl-alt-x ,we're trained to convert that from windows speak to mac speak which would be cmmd-opt-x
(like, ctrl to a mac user generally means use the command key.. instead of the control key.. the main reason i'm making an effort to lay this out is because in other translations between rhino & macrhino, we're going to be seeing things like shift-ctrl for subObjectSelection equals shift-cmmd on mac.. not shift-control)
on another note and not really related to the work you're doing.. does anybody know how to make atom open new files with python documents instead of .txt or whatever the default is.. i guess you need to know a little coffeescript in order to customize? i suppose i can ask this at atom's forum though.