I can not thank you enough for taking the time to examine the files. Step by step i’m learning better where to look for and keep my eye out to work efficient and teight. (The reset buton for example).
Most of what you recommend I’ll add to my go-to procedures.
I see now what you meen by the views for the parts. After your first comments i started off with all the parts in a view. But then i tried to place a single view in my LO and a thought, that’s not handy. So than i made a view for every part. Your way, make a single view with all the parts and just crop, crop crop is much much better. As Johan Cruijf said, you don’t understand it until you get it. .
You also mention that colloring the faces is best practice? Can you give me some more background on that?
Do you work in some version? Sketchup mentioned that the file you created was with a newer version of sketchup but a update-check told me i had the latest version?
I’m ashamed to say that during the day i realized something. In my learning proces i found it annoying that every time i created a tag, this tag was visible in all my scenes and i had to hide them, and update the scenes. I thought i was clever so i installed an extension that “fixed” this problem.
I did some thinking as well and a little testing. Turns out, i created a scene and a tag in “your” file (after saving , replacing and reconnecting. And what do you think?
I’m pretty sure this extension is at the root of most of my detachment problems. I’ll de-install it straightaway.
My idea now is to make a template with a lot of scenes and tags already in there for future projects. What do you think? Is this the best way to prevent creating new tags that you have to hide in all the scenes that you already have created? How do you handle this problem? Or is there another flaw in my procedures?