Thetype exposes the following members.
Enables or disables Rhino's automatic file saving mechanism.
the file name used by Rhino's automatic file saving mechanism.
how often the document will be saved when Rhino's automatic file saving mechanism is enabled.
save render and display meshes in autosave file.
Gets or sets a value that decides if copies to the clipboard are performed in both the current and previous Rhino clipboard formats. This means you will double the size of what is saved in the clipboard but will be able to copy from the current to the previous version using the clipboard.
Gets or sets a value that determines what to do with clipboad data on exit.
Gets or sets a value that controls the creation of backup files.
Gets the path to the default RUI file.
Returns the directory where the main Rhino executable is located.
Ensure that only one person at a time can have a file open for saving.
Gets or sets whether to display the information dialog which identifies computer files.
Gets the Rhino help file path.
Returns Rhino's installation folder.
Get full path to a Rhino specific sub-folder under the per-user Local (non-roaming) Profile folder. This is the folder where user-specific data is stored. On Windows 7, 8, usually someplace like: "C:\Users\[USERNAME]\AppData\Local\McNeel\Rhinoceros\[VERSION_NUMBER]\"
true for users who consider view changes a document change.
Gets the amount of search paths that are currently defined.
Returns or sets the location of Rhino's template file.
Returns or sets the location of Rhino's template files.
Returns or sets Rhino's working directory, or folder. The working folder is the default folder for all file operations.
Adds a new imagePath to Rhino's search imagePath list. See "Options Files settings" in the Rhino help file for more details.
Input list of commands that force AutoSave prior to running.
Removes an existing imagePath from Rhino's search imagePath list. See "Options Files settings" in the Rhino help file for more details.
Searches for a file using Rhino's search imagePath. Rhino will look for a file in the following locations: 1. The current document's folder. 2. Folder's specified in Options dialog, File tab. 3. Rhino's System folders.
Returns the current state.
Gets the data folder for machine or current user.
Returns the default state.
Returns all of the imagePath items in Rhino's search imagePath list. See "Options Files settings" in the Rhino help file for more details.
Returns a list of recently opened files. Note that this function does not check to make sure that these files still exist.
Set list of commands that force AutoSave prior to running.