How do I change the orientation of the sun in SketchUp?

How do you change to North in SketchUp?

The Solar North menu displays and adjusts the direction of north in the model. Adjusting Solar North alters the direction of cast shadows. To find Solar North, select View ⇒ Toolbars ⇒ Solar North.



The Solar North tool has three options:

  1. Toggle North Arrow.
  2. Set North Tool.
  3. Enter North Angle.

How do I change the direction of the sun in SketchUp VRAY?

So go to “View” then to “Toolbars” and turn on the Shadows toolbar. Once you do that, you can see it appears in the top right-hand corner. Zoom in and turn your shadows on by clicking the shadow icon in the shadows toolbar. When you do that, you can see you have control of where the sunlight is coming from.

What happens when you triple click a face in SketchUp?

When you double-click a face, you select that face and all the edges that define it. Double-clicking an edge gives you that edge plus all the faces that are connected to it. When you triple-click an edge or a face, you select the whole conglomeration that it’s a part of.

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How do I make my V-Ray light invisible?

The “Invisible” checkbox affects on the visibility of the light in the camera only. You need to turn the “Affect reflections” checkbox off.

What effect does triple clicking have on an edge or surface?

A tripleclick within a paragraph in the text area selects the entire paragraph. A tripleclick in the left margin (when the mouse pointer is an up-and-to-the-right arrow) selects the entire document.

Can you extrude multiple faces in SketchUp?

It does exactly that. We select all teh faces we want to extrude, go to Plugins –> Multiple Push Pull (after installing the Plugin of course). The result will be all the faces extruded the same distance.

How do you select everything on a layer in SketchUp?

Select > Connected Faces selects all the faces connected to the selected entity. Select > All Connected selects all entities connected to the selected entity. (The result is the same as triple-clicking the entity.) Select > All on same Layer selects all the entities on the same layer as the selected entity.

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