This is a big one! I think sketchup and layout and bound to have the continuatoin of stacking viewports, stacking viewports is a fine workflow, having too many sketchup scenes is not. Every set of construction documents has a set of template scnees and viewports. If you have viewports setup that will always and only every show for example columns below in dashed line styles and that will get stacked onto another viewport, well than can we please make it so that when a new tag is created in sketchup that we have the power to make it so that new tags never appear in any existing scenes and control that from sketchup or layout. I know that there is a plugin for this but it this is a must have. It’s great we can turn off layer 0 in layout but we need to also have the important decision if new tags we create will be seen in existing scenes. It seems like the best way to take layout is to keep this in mind and have less scenes in sketchup and more viewport templates that can be easily stacked with the same visibility settings and never have to setup that viewport again with those settings even if new tags are created, just take that viewport, size it to the same size as another viewport and overlay and you’re done. This would be huge as so many views in a set of construction drawings have template viewports with the exact same project where the settings will never change… New tags interfere with those template viewports that are already setup every time a new tag is created the viewport shows it.
I bet this is an easy one and I really hope that this feature doesn’t take years of my life to impliment. Thanks layout and sketchup team!