Hi everyone, I am currently experiencing issues with my SketchUp software. I am unable to proper align my lines or grid. When I first click using line, the line would be created far from the centre of the grid where I want it to be.
Hi, thanks for the quick reply. However, I am still experiencing the same issue. Maybe the video will better help explain.
When I use SketchUp on the web version, it works fine with no alignment issues.
I have switched to the Nvidia graphics card and scale is at 125% yet still facing the same issue
First thing to do is make sure SketchUp was installed correctly. Close it, find the installer in your Downloads folder, right click on it, choose Run as administrator and then Repair. Second, go to the Nvidia site and get the latest drivers for your graphics card and install them.
Make sure your display scaling is not more than 150% if you have a UHD display.
Start > Settings > System > Display
Choose the display that you run SketchUp on, then lower down under Scale and layout
make sure that the “Change the size of text, apps, and other items” is set between 100% and 150%.
SketchUp does not yet support higher display scalings for 4K and 5K displays.
If the setting seems correct, then if you have more than 1 display, and their display scalings are different, be aware that SketchUp is using the scaling of the primary monitor even if it is running on the secondary monitor. (This is a known bug.)
Most of us (running SketchUp on an external display) have had to match the display resolutions and scaling for both displays in order for SketchUp 23 to display and work correctly.
Also check that SketchUp is using your Nvidia graphics instead of integrated graphics (Window menu>Preferences>OpenGL) and correct, if necessary, in the Nvidia Control Panel 3D application settings. Nvidia graphics need the “Use fast feedback” setting in Preferences>OpenGL to be turned on, integrated graphics need it to be turned off. Restart SketchUp if you make changes to graphics settings.