I’m new to Rhino for Mac.
I have Rhino Wenatchee 5 Build 2013-09-24 on a MacBook Air Mid 2013 OSX Mountain Lion 10.8.5 (updated).
I read on Rhino for Mac page that it’s possible to set pan and rotate command for trackpad in Rhinoceros > Preferences > Trackpad.
But, when I click Rhinoceros > Preferences, “Trackpad” section is missing.
May you help me?
Our code for detecting the trackpad type must not work correctly for this new Mac model.
- Run Terminal. It is located in Applications/Utilities. A window opens.
- Type system_profiler -xml SPUSBDataType and press Return. The command produces a lot of output.
- Copy the output and paste into a new post in this thread.
Ok, thank you and here it is:
USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBXHCI PCI Device ID: 0x9c31 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x0a Internal Memory Card Reader: Product ID: 0x8406 Vendor ID: 0x05ac (Apple Inc.) Version: 0,05 Serial Number: 00000000AP05 Speed: Up to 5 Gb/sec Manufacturer: Apple Location ID: 0x15300000 / 1 Current Available (mA): 900 Current Required (mA): 224 USB 3.0 Hi-Speed Bus: Host Controller Location: Built-in USB Host Controller Driver: AppleUSBXHCI PCI Device ID: 0x9c31 PCI Revision ID: 0x0004 PCI Vendor ID: 0x8086 Bus Number: 0x0a BRCM20702 Hub: Product ID: 0x4500 Vendor ID: 0x0a5c (Broadcom Corp.) Version: 1,00 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Apple Inc. Location ID: 0x14300000 / 2 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 94 Bluetooth USB Host Controller: Product ID: 0x828f Vendor ID: 0x05ac (Apple Inc.) Version: 0,66 Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec Manufacturer: Apple Inc. Location ID: 0x14330000 / 5 Current Available (mA): 500 Current Required (mA): 0
OK, somethings weird here. There’s no keyboard, no trackpad, no camera. I’d like you to run another command that produces even more output. Please run in Terminal:
system_profiler -xml SPHardwareDataType SPDisplaysDataType SPPCIDataType SPUSBDataType SPBluetoothDataType
(all one line) and post the output.
Well, that didn’t work with Discourse. Discourse ate all the XML formatting. Could you please zip the output file and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org? Thanks.
Ok, I sent a zipped xml file. Thanks!
Hey guys, I have a 15’ retina macbook pro, and after a Mavericks clean install, trackpad options no longer exist on preferences. I lost the ability to pan and rotate with trackpad. Please let me know if I can help.
I am also running osx mavericks, on a 15" MBPr, and the trackpad options are missing as well.
This will be fixed in the next WIP release.
Hi I have just downloaded the latest WIP and the trackpad option is there
I am running the latest build on a macbook pro (15" Early 2011) with Mavericks and there are no trackpad preferences.
Also, the zoom speed is crazy fast, making the trackpad almost unusable.
I am running latest build (491) on Macbook pro retina 15 with Mavericks and trackpad options are still missing.
I already have deleted preferences but it doesn’t show up.
This will be fixed in the next WIP release.
Hi, I updated to latest build, yet the trackpad preferences are still missing.
next WIP means next build?
I am now running 492 and the problem remains.
There were changes in the 2013-12-02 WIP release that fixed the 13" MacBook Pro trackpad detection. I assumed that this would also fix the 15" MacBook Pro, but apparently not. I don’t have access to the 15" model, so, if the Trackpad preference panel is still missing, I need some hardware information from your computer.
- In the Apple menu, select About this Mac. A dialog appears.
- Click the More Info… button. Another dialog appears.
- Click the System Report… button. The System Information application runs and
another window appears.
- In the System Information menu, select File > Save… The Save dialog appears.
- Uncheck the Hide extension button in the Save dialog.
- Save the file somewhere easy to find, like your desktop.
- In the Finder, right click on the saved file and select Compress “MacBook Pro.spx” (or whatever the file is named). This creates a zip file from the original file.
- Email the zip file to email@example.com along with an explanation of what it is and why you
are sending it.
Same problem on my August 2013 13" Retina MBP. I’ve emailed you a zipped system report as requested.
Same problem on my macbook pro 15" October 2013.
My system informations are in german would it still be helpful?
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I received your system report. Thanks. I, with some fixes, was able to get Trackpad preferences to work with your system report. These fixes will be in the next WIP release. Turns out that OS X Mavericks behaves differently than 10.8 when reading preferences. In some cases.
I’ve been wrong enough about this trackpad thing that I’ll just say that this might work for you in the next WIP release.