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SketchUp Layer Visibility

29 May 2015 06:14 am

Matt@Mastersketchup.com

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I'm importing a SketchUp model to Revizto, but I don't see how I can toggle visibility of my layers. It seems like Revizto is optimized for Revit, and uses "Objects" and families to toggle visibility. How does this translate to SketchUp? How can I go about controlling the visibility of the objects in my model?
 
29 May 2015 06:39 am

Alexey Zuev

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Hi Matt,

Our current optimization methods are designed mainly for Revit, that's why unfortunately you can't really control layer visibility on SkecthUp originated models in the Viewer. We will probably improve this in future.
 
29 May 2015 11:19 am

Matt@Mastersketchup.com

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Do you know if there's any hack I can do where Revizto would be able to recognize various objects? Perhaps by adding an attribute using the classification tool, dynamic component attribute, or IFC?
 
01 June 2015 03:20 am

Alexey Zuev

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Revizto is able to recognize various objects, they are just not grouped into categories. And in the Viewer you can only control visibility of the entire category (unlike Editor, where you can hide separate objects).