Typing command-shift-Z on SketchUp for Web instantly crashes this otherwise awesome app, every time. Oddly, picking Redo from the Edit menu does not crash. I say “crash”, but what is actually happening is, the app just instantly quits. I do not see a Crash Report in the system’s Console.
This is quite inconvenient, as I keep trying to use this out of habit after using command-Z for Undo, resulting in data loss.
Ctrl-Y is a common Redo shortcut on Windows, and it may be that on Mac the same shortcut keys are changed from using Ctrl to using Command. Still, I think it should be possible to detect what platform you are using, and give the web version of SketchUp the same shortcut that is used on the desktop version.
I wondered about whether involving the shift key was part of the problem, but Command-Shift-i works in a browser.
@Gopal or @marwanobeidat may be able to say if there is a technical reason why Mac web cannot have the same shortcut as Mac desktop.
Nobody is working today or tomorrow, so it may be next week before we hear from them.