I agree on all improvements of Rhino 6 (especially the rendering and parallel processing of gh).
I don’t how other users work with Rhino.
I can only describe my context.
- I have 2 to 5 projects opened at the same time and all the time.
- I code in gh c#, gh python and rhino python.
- I use gh libraries (Firefly, Putterfish, Kangaroo, Squid, LunchBox, Ivy, Human,TT Toolbox, gHowl, StudioAvw).
I had crashes with v5 and losses and I managed to find workarounds.
When a tool misbehaves you can find another way around, but when your soft quits with simple UI manipulations like open/close gh&rh&floating viewports or loads with unpredictable docks/panels positions,
it is more complicated to address the issues.
Since I upgraded to V6 in may, I felt that I drove a more beautiful and powerful car but with a few more hick-ups. I had to retrieve a more stable environment for a while.
Don’t worry, I truly love the mindset of Rhino / Grasshopper.
I will only take my time to migrate.