Follow these steps:
- In SketchUp, select Extensions > Extension Manager. The Extension Manager window appears.
- Click the Enabled or Disabled button next to the extension whose status you want to change.
- Click the Apply Changes button, and your extension is enabled or disabled.
If the Plugins menu is missing, that means that you have no active plugins that need that menu item. To test, open SketchUp and click Window > Extension Warehouse. Search for the [ Example Ruby Scripts ], and install that plugin. You'll need a Google Account to download and install plugins from the Extension Warehouse.
Windows. On Microsoft Windows, you can change which toolbars appear in your SketchUp workspace by selecting View > Toolbars. In the Toolbars dialog box that appears, select the checkbox next to any toolbar you want to see, or deselect the checkbox for any toolbar you don't want to see. Then click the Close button.
You can access the Extension Warehouse in SketchUp or in a web browser: In SketchUp, select Extensions > Extension Warehouse, and the Extension Warehouse home page appears, as shown in the following figure.
The Extension Warehouse is an online resource full of plug-ins developed especially for SketchUp. These extensions enable you to add special tools and features to SketchUp.
No. At this point SketchUp Free (the web app version) can't utilize extensions. You can install the local version of SketchUp if you want to use extensions.
The tray is probably off screen somewhere because the visible area of your desktop is smaller on the lower res laptop. Go to Window > Preferences > Workspace > Reset Workspace, and see if that doesn't put it back on screen.
Right-click the Taskbar, move to Toolbars, and select New Toolbar. Browse to the folder you just created. Click the Select Folder button. Click the double-arrow next to the button for your new toolbar.
How can I get these to appear? SketchUp Free (= SketchUp for Web) has its own user interface, although it uses the same core of SketchUp. There are not these toolbars (the desktop toolbars are “not compatible” with the web), but their functionality is located in the left toolbar.
Select Start , scroll to the app you want to pin, then press and hold (or right-click) the app. Select More > Pin to taskbar. If the app is already open on the desktop, press and hold (or right click) the app's taskbar icon, and then select Pin to taskbar.
Click File > Options > Quick Access Toolbar. Right-click anywhere on the ribbon and select Customize Quick Access Toolbar… from the context menu. Click the Customize the Quick Access Toolbar button (the down arrow at the far-right of the QAT) and choose More Commands in the pop-up menu.
Only commands can be added to the Quick Access Toolbar. The contents of most lists, such as indent and spacing values and individual styles, which also appear on the ribbon, cannot be added to the Quick Access Toolbar. However, you can Customize the ribbon in Office to personalize the ribbon the way that you want it.
1. Sketchup Pro: As the name suggests, it is full fledged version of sketchup with all the features that the software provides. 2. Sketchup Make: Slightly toned-down version of the software, available for free under educational and personal use licence.
Geometry in Google Sketchup, consists of faces and edges (lines). It takes at least three lines to create one single face.
Yes, SketchUp extensions are safe as long as you download them from a reputable source. Sketchup is a very popular 3D modeling program that allows users to create 3D models of anything they can imagine.