I’m working with a file that I converted to a DWG from Revit. The model imported flawlessly, a bit jagged, but nothing too terrible, and I proceeded to delete all the Revit layers to build my own layer structure. I changed the Revit settings to ACIS Solids and then changed the layer option to “BIENTITY” instead of “BILAYER” which, I’ve found, creates a clean, grouped DWG file for SketchUp.
I put everything back on Layer 0 and exploded and regrouped, and moved to new layers as needed. Now I’m getting to the point where I’m adding scenes for the designers working on this particular project and for some reason when I hide a layer for one scene is overrides and settings on other scenes. I can hide the roof and ceiling layers for a Floorplan scene but when I go back to the Lounge scene the layers are still hidden. The same thing happens in the other direction - the Floorplan scene now has the Roof and Ceiling covering everyhting up.
Normally this doesnt happen - I can hide layers in one scene and they repopulate in other scenes. I’m guessing something to do with the fact that I changed all the Revit layers to a new system and that’s confused SketchUp?
Any Advice on this?