Do you need a mouse to use SketchUp?
Agreed that just about any 2 button mouse with a scroll wheel will work just fine using SketchUp on any computer, but my strongest recommendation is for using the wireless SpaceMouse from 3DConnexion. Click on the bold type for more info.
How do you move in SketchUp without a mouse?
There are several different ways you can activate the orbit tool. You can click once on the orbit tool icon in your toolbar, then left click and drag on your screen to move around. You can activate the tool using the “o” key on your keyboard, then click and drag on your screen to move around.
How do I zoom out in SketchUp without a mouse?
Select the Zoom tool ( ) or press the Z key. Click and drag up to zoom in; click and drag down to zoom out. When you zoom by dragging the Zoom tool cursor, SketchUp zooms in or out from the center of the screen.
What is a 3D mouse?
A 3D mouse is a pointing and control device specialized for movement in virtual 3D (three-dimensional) environments. 3D mouse devices have used a number of different means to control 3D movement as well as 2D pointing, including multi-axis sensors, accelerometers, IR lights and IR sensors.
What are the 3 basic navigation tools?
Chuck Hawley explains how to use some basic traditional chart navigation tools. Circular parallel rules, parallel rules, rolling plotters, dividers, sextants, and star charts are discussed to help you understand their function in plotting a course for your next offshore boating trip.
How do you ask Sketchup for an inference?
To find a Linear Inference, first you must hover over a Point Inference. When you first hover over a point that Sketchup recognizes as a Point Inference, the tool tip will change color, as you know. But if you hang there for a second, a little text box will pop up that tells you what type of inference it has locked to.
What is Zoom tool in SketchUp?
This timesaving feature enables you to make adjustments without endlessly switching back and forth between the SketchUp and LayOut applications, or having to redo even more complex processes that other presentation programs require so that your model presentation stays up to date.