I’ve been building a model in the free version of Sketchup on the web. (Chrome on macOS Mojave.) No issues, worked great. All of a sudden, the screen’s grey—no horizon, no axes, no parts, nothing. Seconds later, it auto-saved, and now nothing seems to jackhammer it back into life. I’ve restarted both Chrome and the Mac, and I can re-open the saved file, but it’s still the grey screen of death.
Other posts on this forum and articles that I’ve found online all seem to relate to the Sketchup Pro app rather than the web version. One talks about a Time-Machine-like version history, which would be great, but I can’t find anything like that in the web version; same goes for suggestions to change the graphics card prefs. (Which would seem odd anyway since it was working fine right up until the moment it wasn’t, and it didn’t stop working right after I told it to add a bazillion faces or anything.)
The most promising one that I found was from this January, but the advice there (“Select them in Outliner and erase them from there. After that, purge unused from Model Info>Statistics. I purged the unused stuff from your model and got rid of the following”) also seems related to the Pro app.
Is there anything I can do in the web app to resuscitate the model?