Not sure the title makes sense, but basically in SketchUp I have one scene which is effectively the outline of a floor plan and another scene which shows the walls blacked out. So in sketchup switching between these two scenes the camera doesn’t change its position.
However in Layout when I import the sketchup model and I try to get the two scenes to align in Layout when I go to swap to the scene to show the walls blacked out the camera position changes and i have to manually try align it with my other scene now.
Only started happening in 2023 previous version is fine…
It´s already fixed according to sketchup team members, but i don’t know when will the next update be released, and im sure that no sketchup employee is going to reveal that information, trimble´s secrecy is like apple´s.
Well, it wasn’t centered in the model space when I opened your SketchUp file.
They align but because you adjust the viewport’s boundaries, the center of the view changes. This is not supposed to cause issues but it does in the current build. It’s supposed to be getting fixed. That said, I’ve not had this issue with viewports when I’ve centered the model or the part of it I want to show in the model space.
Hopefully there will be a fix soon.
FWIW, I use this centered model thing for views like elevations so that they align perfectly in LO, too.