I’ve read lots of threads before and usually I manage to work things out but now i’m still clueless.
In sketchup 2018 the option ‘send to layout’ is greyed out / not working. I’ve re-installed it after fully deleting everything left in my libraries & support files, checked everything (i think) and also tried entering the sudo-solution in terminal as well as the re-name option. All not working.
So i was wondering if there is any ‘new’ -2018- input on how its possible that ‘send to layout’ is grey and not working… Is there maybe something very easy goin on which i’m not aware of? Or maybe mac+SketchUp2018 has some troubles? Or Sketchup2018+High Sierra? Is there another new security issue i haven’t heard of?
Yes i’ve tried that (also by changing 2016 into my version \ 2018/
I’ve tried that with ‘sudo’ as well…
Would it be possible that there is some new quarantaine-apple-mission floating around in 2018 or High Sierra? Is anyone familiar with discovering such new security blocks?
I just think its strange that everything else works fine -so far-, just that little internal jump from SU to Layout… Sounds like it should be only some minor fence somehow, easy to find
well, you can tell by opening terminal and doing ls -al to see if special bits are set.
You can also launch SketchUp and see where it’s launched from. If you’re not a bash shell expert in terminal (ps auxwww | grep SketchUp), then open /Applications/Utilities/Activity Monitor.app, and see where it’s launched from. If it’s /var/folders/blah, somethings up.
thanks for your time helping out btw.
I had the same problem as Mosesses - and like him couldn’t resolve the issue. And - I’m a bit worried about tinkering with stuff esp activity monitors, etc…
However, if I save my model (skp file) I then go right click and ‘open with’ and select Layout and this seems to work…
hope that makes sense