In previous versions of SketchUp (up to 2013), in the “Layers” window, after creating a new layer or editing the name of an existing layer, that layer would stay highlighted selected and visible in the window. With SketchUp 2015, that does not happen any more. After a layer has been created or edited, pressing “Enter” now deselects that layer and in fact does not leave any layer highlighted, not even Layer0. The list displayed in the “Layer” window now also jumps back to the beginning, with “Layer0” shown at the top of the window, regardless of where the cursor was in the list prior to editing.
The same happens when selecting a different scene in the “Scenes” window while you have a layer highlighted: the “Layers” window loses that selection highlighting, and jumps back to the top. That makes no sense: The most recently edited layer should remain highlight and centered in the layers window permanently (until another layer is selected), regardless of what happens in other SketchUp windows.
This has a major impact on workflow when working with layers in models that have dozens or hundreds of layers, as it is now necessary to scroll through the list to find the right layer again every single time, after having created it or renamed it, or after switching to a different scene. For me, it basically makes this version unusable.
Could someone please tell me where I can down-load SketchUp 2013 so I can re-install it? I stupidly deleted it while installing SketchUp 2015, but now I need to go back to it urgently, until this bug is fixed.