Usually this means that you have some scattered unnecessary geometry (a single short edge is enough) lurking somewhere far from your actual model. It might also be a badly built component or group that has its origin far from the object itself, resulting in an enormous bounding box.
Why did my SketchUp disappear?
If you find your SketchUp model starts to disappear, or clip, when you move closer to it but not close enough to pass through an object, you may have an issue with model data at a far off point in the scene.
How do I reset zoom in SketchUp?
Try Pressing ‘Shift’ + ‘Z’ for Zoom Extents (which is also found on the Camera Menu).
How do I stop SketchUp from disappearing?
Objects may also disappear or appear to shake when you try to zoom in.
These three steps will help you do that:
- Turn on all your layers in the Window > Layers menu.
- Unhide geometry using the Edit > Unhide all command.
- View all hidden geometry by clicking on View > Hidden Geometry.
Where did my SketchUp model go?
When using the SketchUp Pro desktop modeler, files are saved locally to your machine until you choose to sync your projects to the cloud with Trimble Connect. If you’re working in SketchUp for Web, we recommend storing your models in Trimble Connect until you want to export them to a locally stored file.
How do I reset SketchUp for free?
If you’re using Windows, choose Window→Preferences . . . On a Mac, choose SketchUp→Preferences . . . Select the Workspace panel (it’s last in the list on the left of the Preferences dialog box). Click the Reset Workspace button.
How do I reset perspective in SketchUp?
Re: stuck in weird perspective in SketchUp
“Camera” pull-down, click “field of view”, type-in “30”, hit enter… this should bring you back to default.
How do I repair Sketchup?
Uninstalling or repairing SketchUp
- Click the Start (Windows logo) menu > Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > SketchUp #.
- Select Remove (Uninstall on Vista or Windows 7).
- When asked if you’d like to remove SketchUp, click Yes.
What are the 3 basic navigation tools?
Chuck Hawley explains how to use some basic traditional chart navigation tools. Circular parallel rules, parallel rules, rolling plotters, dividers, sextants, and star charts are discussed to help you understand their function in plotting a course for your next offshore boating trip.
How do you ask Sketchup for an inference?
To find a Linear Inference, first you must hover over a Point Inference. When you first hover over a point that Sketchup recognizes as a Point Inference, the tool tip will change color, as you know. But if you hang there for a second, a little text box will pop up that tells you what type of inference it has locked to.
How do I pan in Sketchup for free?
You can also select the Pan tool ( ) by selecting View > Pan. With the Pan tool active, click and drag the Pan cursor in any direction to pan around the document area.