Menus is great. Mostly.
1 - It’s not described anywhere that I can find what this means:
What’s the difference between default, and default Mac (other than default Mac has far fewer things available)?
2: There’s no way of MOVING menu items / submenus up or down once created, so if you make a mistake and need to move something you have to start over from scratch:
3: The menus are flaky. The vanish after a rhino restart leaving you only the default menus.
It’s not detailed as to how to save them “permanently” or what that proves is.
I created an align menu for the align and distribute functions, a select by menu for all the various selection types (with submenus) and upon quit and restart they all vanished.
I then started again, with just a utility menu which also vanished after a quit and restart and when I went to create another to generate these screenshots found the prior created utility menu had magically resurfaced (although the other menus did not) and I now have two utility menus, the one I just created for this post, and the one created yesterday.
Yet the other menus I’d very painfully created yesterday (as there was no way to edit them outside of deleting an item or inserting one) are still not present.
So how do we save these so they don’t vanish?
And further, how do we save that externally to load on another machine?
A doc on how to export and import your settings to transplant them to a different machine would be great. I’m aware of some new file format “rbp” or something that is apparently a plist of xml of your customizations but there’s not much in terms of workflow documentation as to how to use them.