Selection Menu options control the location and appearance of the Selection Menu that appears when more than one object occupies the pick area.
To set options from the Selection Menu
Right click the Selection Menu title bar.
Specifies the location where the menu will display.
The Selection Menu appears at the cursor. If this setting is off, the Selection Menu will always appear in the last position it was placed.
X offset/Y offset ___ pixels
Specifies the amount in pixels in the x- and y-directions the Selection Menu will be away from the cursor.
Specifies the number of objects that display in the Selection Menu.
Expands the menu until all objects are displayed or the number specified in the Max automatic height setting is reached.
Max automatic height ___ items
The maximum number of object to be displayed when the Automatic height setting is selected.
Show titlebar and border
Specifies the display of the title bar and border.
Turn off to save space.
Right-click to set options.
Specifies the object descriptions that display in the menu.
Show object name/type
Displays the object name if it has one, otherwise displays the object type.
Show object type/layer/color
Displays the object type, layer, or color.
Show object type details (curves only)
Displays the type of object when possible: polyline, joined, line, linear, circle, arc, elliptic, hyperbolic, parabolic.
Show "All" option
Allows selecting all of the objects listed in the Selection Menu.
Controls whether the objects highlight or not as you move the mouse over the items in the selection menu.
Custom highlight color
Sets the object's highlight color while moving the mouse cursor in the Selection Menu.
Click to select a custom color for the highlighted objects.
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.
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