This may be surprising but I’ve never seen this before.
What’s the deference between Render Models on Page or Render Models in Document?
Additionally what’s the difference between these and right click “update model reference”? This is the method I unusually use to see my model changes refresh in my layout sheets. Is this wrong?
Thanks Dave. Hopefully this will speed up my work flow. updating model reference has been a significant time sink up to now. Just doing some tests I see that I still need to update model ref in order to see new scenes I’ve created scenes appear in the viewport browser/dropdown.
Just to clarify this part - If I have changed my SketchUp model and I go to Layout and right click Render Viewport on Page, this wont look at the source SketchUp file and render the changes I have made?
Right. So no time savings at all. The only reason I ever need to re-render a viewport is because I have changed the model and want to see the changes reflected in order to connect dimensions, labels etc.
Are you aware that if you open your sketchup model from Layout, then do changes to the model, then save, then return to Layout, that Layout will auto-magically update all the changes? Eliminates the need to use “Update Model Reference”.
Just have to remember to open Sketchup file from Layout.