we usually work in a white environment and Rhino’s default material is white, so when ever we run dir etc. it is quite difficult to see the data:
So would it be possible to make them view context sensitive and swap from white to black if the object/view is bright in color?
For us it would be better if they always were black or red instead, but I could not find any color settings for it.
Yes, great idea - this would also be great with linework too!
Black linework should turn white on a dark background and vice versa, since we are also constantly switching between display modes.
Perhaps there could be a colour choice separate from the typical palette for this?
Hei Jørgen -
The color of the normal vector in the
Dir command is gotten from the Tracking lines option in
Rhino Options -> Appearance -> Colors. Which command are you using?
Ben, we have that feature request on the list as RH-65387 and Steve created a “BlackWhiteSwitcher” prototype plug-in that you can find information about here:
Ah that’s great, thanks! I didn’t realise that this had been addressed. Will this be incorporated into Rhino 8 proper, or will it remain as a plugin?
Great, didn’t think to test that, orange is gold!
Mainly we check direction of surfaces (meshes) as that is what we work with the most.
And this is OT:
but we use curvature Graph, but that doesn’t work to well on large scale curves together with smaller ones as the graph is radius sensitive:
Can we wish for a none-size based analysis too? That is just shape related? Im not really sure how that should work mathematically though…