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 >Using Schemes to start Rhino with different sets of options on the same computer ​ >Using Schemes to start Rhino with different sets of options on the same computer ​
  
-Basically, Rhino Schemes are just different sets of personalized options that can be called from a specific desktop shortcut. ​ Everything in the Options section of Rhino can be stored in a scheme (with the exception of display modes). In this way, Rhino can be started with different combinations of workspaces, languages, colors, etc., just by starting Rhino from the appropriate desktop shortcut. The schemes exist independently of each other, and can be modified.+Basically, Rhino Schemes are just different sets of personalized options that can be called from a specific desktop shortcut. ​ Everything in the Options section of Rhino can be stored in a scheme (with the exception of display modes). In this way, Rhino can be started with different combinations of workspaces ​(*.rui files), languages, colors, etc., just by starting Rhino from the appropriate desktop shortcut. The schemes exist independently of each other, and can be modified.
  
 By default, one scheme is always created (Default), and any modifications will automatically get saved to that.  To have more than one scheme, you must specifically create new ones. This page explains how to do that. By default, one scheme is always created (Default), and any modifications will automatically get saved to that.  To have more than one scheme, you must specifically create new ones. This page explains how to do that.
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