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Why are you not using the universal settings icon (ie a gear) ?
Because it is not the app settings. This is the icon for “Model Info” panel, which is model specific properties and settings, … they are unique to each model file you may open or create.
I wanted to change to metric system. … Also, when ended up searching in google, …
Use these references in this order:
- SketchUp for Web User Guide
- SketchUp for Web SkillBuilder Tutorials …
- Official SketchUp forums for SketchUp for Web
… everywhere said “Click on SketchUp icon” turns out that your ego decided to show sketchup (icon) at least 3 times.
Yes, you got them there! The watermark in the upper right of the model view is an annoyance.
The icon on the status bar (lower right) seems to have no purpose.
The SketchUp app icon with the little “i” in the circle has always been the shortcut to “Modle Info” panel. In the desktop edition, it is in color and the “i” circle is blue.)
If they are useless, just remove them, …
I could agree that the watermark should look like a watermark with transparency.
The one on the status bar at the lower right should lead to help or the forum (in another browser tab.)
[EDIT - The Help icon is the (?) on the status bar lower left.]
- About the settings panel again. If there is a top left menu, why isn’t the settings there like any normal app does ?
Because (a) it’s not the app settings, and the app settings are in the panels below the “hamburger menu” icon (3 horizontal stripes), at the extreme left of the top left menu.
You need to have patience, and read the user guide and watch tutorials before “hacking” at ANY software.