Question:

Sketchup how to unhide?

3 October, 2021 Gerald Mayoral 4

Answers (4):

  • AUTHOR: AUGUSTINE PARIS
    17 October, 2021

    Sketch up a plan of how you want to restore the hidden faces. First, you need to decide how much of your hiding needs to be reversed - this is usually a matter of blocking out selected areas with distances or parametric objects. For example, if only the top volume was hidden, then just select that volume and unhide it. If more than one face needs unhidden, select them all and unhide them all at once. Useful Information: The best time to undo work is before exporting from SketchUp.

  • AUTHOR: DIEGO DREWS
    17 October, 2021

    Answer:
    There are many reasons why the drawing might go hidden. Many people think that pressing "H" will unhide the drawing. If you're looking for more than just a quick fix, try these steps below.
    1) Double-tap with 3 fingers on your screen to open up SketchUp's Model Info window and proceed to go through all of its tabs until you find the Artifacts tab. Artifacts is where SketchUp saves any glitches so it can automatically detect them in future versions of SketchUp. So if clicking "H" didn't work, follow these steps: tap "Dismiss", tap "Save a Copy... ", make sure this copy is located on your desktop, and name it something recognizable before going

  • AUTHOR: RUSSELL WIERS
    17 October, 2021

    Sketchup how to unhide? 1) Open Windows Jigsaw. 2) Select "Layers" from in the menu window on the top of your screen. 3) Scroll over to "Objects" or "Selection tool." 4) Choose whichever one you prefer and click on it. 5) On the side, scroll down and select any object you would like to delete out of your sketchup plan and little trash can icon will show up next to it, clicking that icon will delete that specific object from your plan altogether. 6) Close windows jigsaw when done editing/deleting objects!

  • AUTHOR: QIANA FETZER
    17 October, 2021

    Sketchup is an award-winning 3D modeling software that allows you to start with a shape and use the mathematical calculation of the scale, angle, and rotation to create something in 3D. It comes bundled with Adobe Acrobat so you can send PDFs of your work for comment or export into other programs like AutoCAD or Google SketchUp Lite. If you mistakenly clicked on 'Hide' instead of 'Hollow', just click on the items again to see them in their true form. Simply un-hollowing an object will also show it normally after hiding it when multiplying objects together.