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Hand Gestures

You can use the following hand gestures for zooming, rotation, and selecting:

  • To zoom in and zoom out in 3D models, slide two fingers.

  • To rotate the 3D models, press and slide your finger.

  • To pan the view, press and slide two fingers.

  • To select a part in the 3D model, tap on the part.

3D Tools

Main Toolbar Commands

  1. Opens the Add Functionalities menu.
    The functionalities menu includes The functionalities menu includes add a ToDo and view, measure distances, and mark up objects.

  2. Opens the model views menu.
    This model views allows you to change the view of the model to different positions (top, bottom etc.)

  3. Opens the camera menu.

  4. Show hidden objects.

  5. Reset the camera view.
    The camera view is reverted to the previous saved camera view.

  6. Reset the model.
    Reset model positions, transparency, color, and camera position.


Add Functionalities Commands

  1. Add ToDo

  2. Add View

  3. Add clip plane

  4. Add vertical clip plane

  5. Add measurement

  6. Add cloud markup

  7. Add text markup

  8. Add arrow markup

  9. Add line markup

  10. Draw a freehand markup


Model Views Commands

  1. Default view

  2. Top view

  3. Front view

  4. Left view

  5. Back view

  6. Right view

  7. Bottom view


Camera Commands

  1. Rotate the model.
    To rotate the model, press and slide your finger.

  2. Pan the model.
    To pan press and slide with two fingers.


Selected Object(s) Toolbar Commands

When you have selected objects or areas in the model, a selection context menu opens.

Use the selection context menu to change the object visibility, view properties, zoom into the selected objects, or attach files and ToDos to the selected objects. Only tools not listed above are shown below.

  1. Open the Object Info.
    View the properties of the selected object(s).

  2. Opens the Add Functionalities menu.
    The functionalities menu includes The functionalities menu includes add a ToDo and view, measure distances, and mark up objects.

  3. Hide the selection.

  4. Show only the selected objects.

  5. Change the object visibility.

  6. Add an attachment to the object.

  7. Opens the model views menu.
    This model views allows you to change the view of the model to different positions (top, bottom etc.)

  8. Change the color and transparency of the object.
    The color and transparency can be changed.

  9. Opens the camera menu.

  10. Show hidden objects.

  11. Zoom into the object.

  12. Base elevation.
    The Base Elevation message shows the measurements of base elevation.

  13. Measure elevation against base elevation.
    The Elevation message shows the elevation measured from base elevation.

  14. Reset the base elevation of the model.
    The origin of the model is set to X=0, Y=0, and Z=0.

  15. Reset the camera view.
    The camera view is reverted to the previous saved camera view.

  16. Reset the model.
    Reset model positions, transparency, color, and camera position.

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