First I want to say I am not a developer, programmer, coder or software engineer. If the only solution is to write code and a whole new module or script for this basic function, SketchUp has a flaw in my opinion.
I have a wall where I applied a surface material/texture to the wall.
Using the in-built Cladding Stucco White material.
The texture is super blurry to the point of appearing to be just white, as if the texture is blown up out of proportion and is not mapped correctly to the surface.
How do I fix this?
Yes I have checked the Knowledge Base, and searched the forums.
So far, as far as I can tell, there is no way to control how a texture is mapped to a surface. This is a fatal flaw in my opinion.
If there is a way of controlling how a texture is mapped to a surface buried somewhere, would love to know where that is.
Just double-click a group or component, to open it for editing.
Which lists commands that are “in context” with what was clicked.
This changing menu will also appear at the bottom of the Edit menu (so for example it can be accessed via ALT+E then .)
Point being that you cannot choose to position a texture, unless you first have selected an object that has a texture applied.
(There are other applications that allow attacking a task from both ends, ie choosing the task and then the app prompts you through the steps in finding the object to perform upon, etc. SketchUp doesn’t have this kind of CAD-like command structure.)