This is not a problem, but more of a tweak I would like to do after I installed some larger monitors. The world axes icon is apparently a fixed size, so it got smaller with the higher resolution. Is there any setting I can access to make it appear larger?
I only know of two settings that you can apply to the World Axes Icon.
- Visibility: Tools>Options>Document Properties>Grid>Grid Properties>Show world axes icon
- Colour: Tools>Options>Rhino Options>View>Display Modes>(Type Name)>Grid>Grid Settings>World axis icon color usage
Logically #2 is where you would find the size setting if one existed.
Thanks for the reply, but I have already tried those two areas. Changing the color helps a little, but I’d still like to hear from a McNeel staffer. I’m hoping there might be a command line ‘hack’ that would let me modify the size of the World Axes Icon.
Hi Dave- none that I know of, or can remember at any rate … if I can find out different, I’ll post back.
Pascal: thanks for the reply. I think it’s just one of those UI elements that is a fixed pixel size, so it gets smaller and smaller when you use a larger monitor with higher resolution.
I was hoping it was adjustable since the gumball can be modified…
This is on our bug list: http://mcneel.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/RH-23878
That sounds very cool and thanks for the update! Will it be addressed in an SR or the next full version?
Hi Dave- that is unlikely to be changed in V5, is my guess.