I have been fiddling with scenes (SU 2017 MAC computer) for the better part of the day.
I realize that altering any object unless I make it “unique” will change any copies I have. With that said, I created the first scene with my objects. Then I created the 2nd scene by just saving the1st under a new scene name. Then I started making changes to the 2nd like hiding objects. Something simple. But then I go to the 1st and the same objects are hidden.
I downloaded (very elaborate design) an example from someone and trying to follow it by clicking on Entity Info and looking at names and viewing the scenes and their names and what existed in each scene. They seemed to be able to hide what they needed in the other scene. Their example also didn’t appear as though they made unique objects. When I click on on scene and an object then click on another scene and the same object, it’s the same name.
As an example, if I make a box with rabbets and that scene is the final, all put together. Then I want another scene with the box but show it exploded out with the 4 sides farther apart to illustrate the rabbets.
I don’t see anything in the animation/scenes that control the objects.
I googled for examples and watched a few videos and there is some documentation I browsed through but the more I looked the move I got confused. I tried to follow one example creating a scene and then doing something with layers but I can’t get the two scenes to not affect one another.