Groups, Tags, or Scenes? - Skill Builder

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Mortified of your messy model? Make moves to meliorate your method. In other words, clean that thing up! Aaron shows a few ways to control geometry visibility and keep things organized. Want to learn more skills? Check out our SketchUp community forums: (🤍forums.sketchup.com), more videos on our YouTube channel: (🤍🤍youtube.com/SketchUp), or SketchUp Campus: (🤍learn.sketchup.com). Want to use SketchUp? View our different plans: (🤍🤍sketchup.com/plans-and-pricing). Read our blog for more learning content as well as industry insights from architects, interior designers, urban planners, and more: (🤍blog.sketchup.com/) Follow us on Twitter (🤍twitter.com/sketchup), Instagram (🤍🤍instagram.com/sketchup_official), Facebook (🤍🤍facebook.com/sketchup), and LinkedIn (🤍🤍linkedin.com/company/sketchup) to stay up to date on our newest features and releases.

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Seksanti Papala
2022-09-26 13:08:26

ขอบคุณครับ

Jan-Willem Rommerts
2022-08-21 05:53:00

This makes mastering my designs very easy. I tested with the combinations groups, tag and scenes. For me personally, the combination of tags and/or groups is fast and powerful. Scenes makes things complicated for simple designs, I think. But that is of course personal. Thank you Aaron!

Alan Gray
2022-08-16 16:09:28

I ran into one problem with Outliner. I used Outliner instead of Tags, creating a hierarchy of groups, subgroups, sub-subgroups then create several scenes by showing/hiding with Outliner. I created an ALL ON Scene for reference, and an EDIT Scene to create Scenes in. I create a new scene in my "EDIT scene" then Add a scene from it, giving it an appropriate name based on what it depicts. I have a house plan with 20 scenes.

Here is the problem I ran into: If I create a new image at any level of the hierarchy and create a component out of it, it simultaneously enables itself to show up in every Scene (with a few exceptions). I fixed it by 'hiding' the component (with the Outliner visibility button) after saving and naming it, then cut it entirely out of the drawing "hidden", then "paste it in place" again, right where I created it, then unhide it with the Outliner visibility button. Now it only shows up in the Scene I created it in. If I don't do this, I have to go back through all my Scenes to check where it popped up and individually, toggle it's invisibility off, and Update every scene it automatically showed up in.

Alastair Johnson - Freebird
2022-08-15 14:00:14

Helpful clarification thanks!

Gary Speed
2022-08-12 03:59:03

I think that also highlighted why we need folders in scenes.... as you cannot afford to have the camera unlocked in a scene when linking your layout ! let alone how long the scenes list might become if we used scenes as you suggest as well as for our layout documents... Now if Layout could independently control the scene (viewport) camera without breaking link to the SU model data.. that might be ideal (Trimble has done it for tags, styles, linetyles) then scenes in SU would be just how you manage the model... Viewports in Layout would be just how you present the model...fundamental data management

Raul C.
2022-08-11 00:28:22

I consider myself in advance user of SketchUp. I probably use it anywhere between 4 to 10 times a month for a couple of hours each time. I learned something valuable in this video. I am going to incorporate the scenes feature. Thank you very much and keep up the Great work.

Remco H
2022-08-09 17:24:05

I'm more of an outliner guy myself (and you could have grouped those chairs ;))
However great video once again and I guess the point is more or less, bind structual things through groups en visual relations through tags. which is great practice.
I'll start to push myself to using more tags.

Andres Villalba
2022-08-09 15:33:46

Question.
When we hide the components or anything we hide, is the program still processing the hide data and the os runs at the same speed of processing or runs faster because is less graffiti data to deal with it,
Thanks

HansFritz Miller
2022-08-09 13:32:56

Hey Aaron, it looks like your dad found the paint in the garage you spilled.

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