2 styles in one scene


#1

Is it possible to have one component displayed with a particular style and another component in the same scene displayed with a different style?


#2

No. (You can combine them in a picture with an image editing program.)


#3

You could try creating two (or more) scenes with the same camera view but two different styles, with different parts hidden, and overlay them in the LayOut application.

Anssi


#4

I don’t use Layout much so I’m not very knowledgeable about it.

I saw something in the Trimble online documentation about using the “Style tool” and applying it to different entities using different styles. But I don’t see any “style tool” in SketchUp (I’m using 8 Pro) and referenced the scrapbook. So I assumed it must be in Layout. Here is the link:

http://help.sketchup.com/en/article/95549

Huck


#5

In the top menu bar click on “window”. Styles is the fifth button down.


#6

Hi

I know where the styles window is in SketchUp. The link I referenced refers to a dropper icon that can select a style and a style “tool”.

The styles window in SketchUp does not have a dropper or tool and I don’t see any way to apply a different style to different entities as is described in the link.


#7

The page you referenced describes the style tool in Layout. SketchUp does not have that tool.


#8

Here’s an image showing the procedure I would use to create this effect in LayOut:


Anssi