The Appearance options define the colors and visibility of Rhino display items.
Language used for display
Sets the language used for the Rhino interface. You can select from the list of available languages.
These settings affect the appearance of the command prompt and the command history window.
Sets the font style.
Sets the font size.
Sets the background color.
Sets the color of the text.
Sets the color that displays when the mouse hovers over an option at the command prompt.
Echo prompts to history
Allows the command prompt to move into a command history window after use. Turn this off to see only the command name in the history window and not the prompts.
Turns on automatic command completion when typing at the command prompt.
Use fuzzy autocomplete
When enabled, in-line autocomplete suggests the most used candidate. For example, LI most likely autocompletes to Line rather than something like LimitReferenceModel, and the autocomplete menu contains best partial and inexact matches.
When disabled, autocomplete uses the first letters of the command name in an alphabetical list.
Direction arrow icon
Sets the length of the shaft for the arrows in the Dir command.
Sets the size of the arrowhead for the arrows in the Dir command.
Show the following items
Toggles the visibility of menus.
Toggles the command area display.
Toggles the visibility of the status bar.
Toggles the visibility of the viewport titles.
Main window title bar
Toggles the visibility of the Rhino main window title bar.
Full path in title bar
Displays the full path to the model in the title bar.
Toggles the display of full-screen crosshairs.
Viewport tabs at start
Displays viewport tabs by default when Rhino starts.
Restores the default system values. All custom appearance settings will be lost.
Save Options settings to a file.
Restore Options settings from a file.
Note: When multiple sessions of Rhino are open at one time, changes made in the last Rhino session closed will be saved.
Interface color options
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