I have a couple of questions regarding regarding a couple of things I wonder could be done faster than what I have been doing.
I mostly work in Shaded and Ghosted modes. When I used the Split command on multiple objects at once, all the viewports always change to Wireframe mode. (I wonder if this is a bug). Is there a command to change the display mode back to Shaded or Ghosted (or any other display mode) in all the viewport simultaneously like you can do with the Zoom extends and Zoom selected commands?
When I am working on a model it obviously consists of many parts. Often I want to make a change to a previously created object without making changes to the later stages of the model. Often “Revert To”, does not do the trick and the only way I can get to editing that previously created object is by doing multiple Command-Z (Undo) steps, thereby removing the later created objects.
My question is; is there a way to be able to edit previously created objects, without using “Revert To”, and without having to use Undo. I hope I explained this adequately. I wonder if the Windows version has a plugin for this or if this can be done within Rhino without a plugin.