@pascal We need an option for Rhino to store the changes of the default display modes within the Rhino file. As you are working on improving layouts and details it would be a huge benefit (a necessity I would say) to be able to open the file on another computer and get the identical look on the layout.
We use some custom display modes, and often alter the default ones (turn on/off edge drawing, lighting etc) and not being able to do adjustments on the laptop and print out an identical result with out having to adjust the display modes first is too time consuming IMO.
Not just for working in teams.
Often when I create files for documentation I change displaymodes to get the optimal look.
There is no way to store that look in the file.
It’s not like what is possible with for instance tweaking rendermaterials that do get stored in the file
Well, one problem is, how to avoid stomping all over the file recipient’s display modes - there needs to be some way to differentiate the ones assiciated with a Rhino file - however that association is made - I gather that is not necessarily super hard to do, but not a brainer and a significant change. In other words, we can’t just include the mode in the file and use it, as things are currently set up.