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SketchUp Pro 2023 v23.1.319 Key Features & Highlights:
- 3D Modeling: The most intuitive way to design, document, and communicate your ideas in 3D.
- Iterate in 3D: Work on your ideas in 3D space and quickly develop your project.
- Precise and Detailed Model: Precise from the start is key. SketchUp allows you to design, define, and plan at all stages of the project.
- Interoperability: SketchUp works well with all of the other tools in your design toolbox.
- Extensibility: Use the Extension Warehouse to create SketchUp exactly the way you want it.
- Objects: Work smartly and quickly with SketchUp objects.
- Customization: Personalize the appearance of any project style to personalize it.
- Generate Reports: Get all the details necessary for stakeholders to complete the job.
- Inferencing: This is not the first SketchUp rodeo. SketchUp uses indents to make precision and speed easy.
SketchUp Pro 2023 New Features:
Freshening up SketchUp Pro 2023:
- Scenes Panel
Now that you have better toggling visibility with hidden geometry and objects, we decided to take it a step further. We split up hidden geometry and objects so you can save them separately on a Scene-by-Scene basis. You will see a new checkbox in the Scenes panel that lets you save the visibility state of hidden objects. This gives you better visibility control per Scene.
- Section Planes & Scenes
Keeping with the Scene theme, you can now save Section Plane visibility per Scene. Why? Since Section Planes are grouped with objects, we want to make sure they behave like objects in terms of visibility per Scene. Before this change, only top-level visibility for Section Planes could be saved per Scene. Again, more control in your Scenes — and consistency. Winning!
- Hidden Objects are now Editable
Good news…hidden objects are now editable. What does this mean, you ask? When you select a hidden object in the Outliner, instead of completely disappearing when you try to edit your object, it will appear as a mesh so you can more easily make edits. So keep on keeping on without any hindrance to your editing workflow.
- Improvements to Grips
A small, but powerful feature: you can now use the Rotate tool when toggling through ALL Grips — just like the Move tool! This provides more consistency between the tools so you can stay focused on your project.
- Empty Objects
Picture this: you are working up a new table design and quickly add a lamp to make it look more realistic — but you run into an issue! You did it too fast and forgot to group your lamp and table separately. Because of this, everything is glued together as one, creating editing issues galore and wasted time. Fear no more! Now, you can right-click on an empty space and make a grouped object or component from scratch. No more triple-clicking, or drawing it elsewhere just to place it where you want it. And, an added bonus! When you create a new object from scratch, a window will pop up allowing you to name it right from the start. Say hello to the better model organization from the very start of your project. Talk about speeding up your workflow!
- New logo icons for SketchUp and its application suite
Go ahead with a brand-new version of SketchUp and its suite of apps. This means new app icons for SketchUp, LayOut, 3D Warehouse, Extension Warehouse, and Style Builder, as well as changed toolbar icons. The new flags align SketchUp with Trimble’s broader product portfolio and… they can be modeled in SketchUp!
- Tag Folders
I always wanted to make it easier for people who manage models to use the long, complex tag, and view lists. In this version, you can organize multiple tags in tag folders and control the visibility of folders by scene. Plus, folders can be expanded and collapsed, making it easier to analyze your tag structure and find the tags you need.
- Tag Filtering
It’s been a while since we’ve had the pleasure of introducing filtering in SketchUp’s Tags panel. Hope it is much easier to target specific tags. You can also use filtering when creating a tag folder: filter on a prefix or naming convention, select the “Select All from the Tag Details” menu, and press the Add Tag Folder button.
- Live Component Configuration
Dynamic components are a new type of configurable parametric object, and in this release, you can control them in SketchUp. To import components directly into SketchUp, open the 3D Image Bank in SketchUp and navigate to our SketchUp Lab Live component collection (or use the new Live Components search filter in the advanced search options). Select live components to read and upload to your SketchUp models!
- Start PreDesign from SketchUp
Along with SketchUp 2023, we’re also rolling out a new architectural research tool called PreDesign. Available to Pro subscribers, you can launch PreDesign (in a web browser) from the SketchUp File menu. In PreDesign, you can geotag projects to understand seasonal and prevailing climates, how this climate can affect the comfort and lighting of the built space, and what design strategies might be useful for your project. Think of PreDesign as a new way to start architectural design projects in SketchUp.
- Under the hood: a rebuilt *.SKP
SketchUp 2023 brings a significant improvement behind the scenes: a recreation of the *.SKP file format. You will likely see a significant reduction in file size when you save your model in the new format, and we are excited about the additional workflow improvements that this new file format will open in the future.
- Direct Download Updates
As we release updates to SketchUp more frequently, we wanted to make it easier for users to access the improvements we’ve made between “major” releases. In this version, we are introducing direct download updates. This means that the next time a new version is released, you can use this update service to automatically download the correct language version. When an update is available, you will receive a notification in SketchUp. You can initiate the download update immediately at this point or postpone it for later. After downloading the update, you will be prompted to save and close the existing file so that SketchUp can be disabled. From there, you can install the update to the location you want on your computer.
Improvements in LayOut:
- Performance Improvements
For this release, we focused on improving LayOut’s selection and deletion capabilities—they’re now much faster! And don’t worry: we’re still committed to even more performance improvements in future releases. But, that’s not all… we also made some slick improvements to the Select Tool.
- Improved Select Tool
The Select Tool just got some major love. We wanted to help you make intentional – not accidental – moves with your crossing and window selection workflows. Now, when you click-drag to create a crossing or window selection, you won’t mistakenly move anything! Previously, you may have accidentally moved an object when you really just wanted to change your selection. Now you’re more likely to get the result you wanted. Also, selections and moves now occur when clicking on the actual object as opposed to the object’s bounding box, strengthening that intentional workflow. If you’re now wondering, “How do I move an object?” – no worries, we got you covered. Just pre-select an entity and move from there.
What’s new in SketchUp Pro 2023 v23.1.319?
(Released on 06-09-2023)
SketchUp and LayOut:
- Iconography Updates – Updated icons now appear in SketchUp and LayOut toolbars and modeling cursors.
- Snaps – New custom grips that can help you quickly connect groups or components.
- Custom Flip Plane – The Flip tool () functionality has been upgraded with a new customizable flip plane in pre-selected geometry.
- Horizon Color – You can now create a custom horizon appearance in the Background settings of the Styles panel.
- Lasso Segments – Draw individual line segments to define your selection area with the upgraded Lasso Select tool ().
- Rendering Controls – The new Rendering tab in Document Setup allows for independent control of both editing and output resolution for viewports and images.
- Upgraded Scrapbook Labels – You can now drag and drop Auto-Text from Scrapbook Labels onto your SketchUp model viewports, automatically displaying model and viewport information.
- Scaled Scrapbooks – Multiple scrapbooks received updates that take advantage of Scaled Groups.
Bug Fixes and Small Features:
- Fixed a crash caused when Importing certain .skp files.
- Fixed an issue where some Live Components in 3D Warehouse caused severe memory leaks.
- Fixed a corruption issue that could cause a model to not reopen when closed.
- Fixed an issue where some models would lock up SketchUp when they were opened.
- Multiple fixes related to reported security vulnerabilities and file corruption. These cases now display an error message instead of crashing SketchUp.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where SketchUp would crash when loading extensions or loading the Ruby console window.
- (Windows) Closing SketchUp with an active import dialog no longer crashes the application.
- Double-clicking to cut a corner with the Arc tool no longer fails to do the cut if the start and end of the arc are touching guides.
- Minor correction of a Classifier tool cursor appearance.
- Added the ability to set a custom protractor plane to the Rotated Rectangle tool by typing an angle as well as a length value after the first click.
- Using the Shift key with the Scale tool on an AZERTY keyboard now works as intended.
- (Windows) A warning dialog now appears when applying attributes to locked entities when using the Classifier tool.
- Removed some tessellation that would occur when adjusting Live Components. The extra triangles created could lead to some unexpected behavior when using the Push-Pull tool on the Live Component after it was detached from the definition.
- Undoing and redoing operations in SketchUp no longer leads to crashing.
- The Live Component configuration panel now closes when you are modeling with other tools. Parameters will reappear when you double-click to resume editing a Live Component. Switching from editing one Live Component to another is also faster.
- Fixed an issue where the reported area of a selected face would not update if a ‘cut hole’ component was moved away.
- Fixed a case where drawing over an edge of a high segment circle would not heal the circle.
- Resolved an issue where section planes would not appear along with other clipping-related improvements.
- Fixed an issue where the top and left sides of the Welcome Window and Licensing screens were not translated.
- Fixed an issue with the Style Builder End-User License Agreement (EULA) where the title, checkbox, and buttons were not translated.
- Fixed the broken templates for localized installs, both plain and graph paper.
- Fixed multiple localization mistranslations.
- Fixed an issue where the Z direction could be affected when importing IFC files.
- (Windows) Updated the bottom view icon in the standard view toolbar.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where materials edited and saved in an external editor would not update inside SketchUp.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where options dialogs were non-modal.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where shortcuts did not work when they included the Alt key.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where Entity Info wasn’t showing a selected material.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where the Material preview image was flipped.
- (Windows) Tooltips no longer move off the screen.
- (Windows) Clicking Model Info on the Standard toolbar now opens the last panel used.
- (Windows) The spinning progress cursor no longer persists after the Save model completes.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where renaming scene dialogs did not allow the user to rename the scene.
- (Windows) The correct context menu will now appear as intended when performing a right-click on a tool’s toolbar icon.
- (Windows) Closing SketchUp no longer leaves an orphaned modal window.
- (Windows) Reinstalling SketchUp 2023 over an existing 2023 version now updates all extensions in the ShippedExtensions folder.
- (Windows) Uninstalling SketchUp Checkup always removes its desktop shortcut and files from the Program Files folder.
- (Windows) On a system with .NET Framework older than 4.7.2, the Framework will update to 4.7.2 when SketchUp is installed.
- (Windows) Fixed a problem on minor upgrades where unchecking SketchUp Studio features in the installer did not uninstall those features.
- (Windows) A confirmation now appears before the uninstallation process begins when uninstalling SketchUp.
- (Windows) Upgraded the version of OpenSSL used by SketchUp from 1.1.1 to 1.1.1t. This upgrade addresses several known vulnerabilities. For more information see the OpenSSL Security Advisory.
- (Windows) Updated how Scan Essentials and Revit Importer appear in the Windows installer.
- (Windows) Upgrading SketchUp now also updates existing installations of Revit Importer and Scan Essentials.
- (Windows) Updated the Revit Importer and Scan Essential plugins included in the SketchUp installer to version 1.2023.0724.
- (Windows) The Modify and Repair options no longer appear when uninstalling SketchUp using Apps & Features or Add or Remove Programs.
- (Windows) The scrollbar no longer turns black when resizing the custom dialog windows.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue with tabs where the Ctrl key would not allow the user to select multiple Scenes at once.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where pressing ESC did not exit the Print dialog.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where the toolbar icon would not display the correct context menu when performing a right click.
- (Windows) Selecting tools in the Getting Started toolbar no longer causes the SketchUp caption bar to gray out.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where the Ruby extension window did not appear correctly.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where the picker tool in the tags dialog would not open the correct tag in the tag dialog.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where the import results window could get lost behind the SketchUp workspace.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where keyboard shortcuts would not work after viewing Model Info.
- (Mac) Fixed an issue where a drag and drop did not import a DWG/DXF file.
- (Mac) Fixed an issue where SketchUp thumbnails were not being shown in Finder.
- We improved Page Thumbnail generation by setting this to occur once the file has completed opening.
- Improved performance with large image drawing by adding a default image quality setting when editing a document.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when printing or exporting with a specific file.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue that was causing a crash when modifying text in some files, leading to user preferences being wiped.
- (Mac) Fixed a performance slowdown when using Grid Points in the paperspace.
SketchUp Model Viewports
- SketchUp models now import with consistent sizing using Send To LayOut and Insert from within LayOut.
- Fixed an issue that prevented line scaling from being set to Auto after it was changed.
Addressing viewport ‘shifting’
- SketchUp model viewports no longer shift when no camera position change occurs in the model. Updating, rerendering, resizing, scene changes and various other interactions with the viewport triggered this “shift” problem in some instances.
- This fix also addresses existing LayOut files that had this condition by marking the Camera location as being updated (dirty) in the UI. Making any change in the SketchUp model inspector or updating the SketchUp model will prevent the viewport from shifting. Moving forward, new files should no longer exhibit this same issue.
- You now have the option to reset the scale of an imported image to the original scale via a context click “Reset Image Scale.”
- Render All Models On Page and Render All Models in Document now appear as options in the context menu.
- Fixed an issue where scaled drawings were being turned off when changing the dimensions of geometry.
- Fixed an issue where the leader line for callouts would change when text was edited.
- Fixed an issue preventing a copy (or cut) and paste when using large images.
- Fixed an issue causing find and replace text to not work.
- Fixed an issue with the LayOut End-User License Agreement (EULA) where the title, checkbox, and buttons were not translated.
- Fixed an issue where updating or relinking image references was not working
- (Windows) Manually entering values no longer prevents changing RGB text color.
- (Windows) Improved the rendering of dimensions without extension lines.
- (Windows) Fixed a problem where the text field would disappear after editing.
- (Windows) Fixed an issue where Model Space was listed as a scale instead of Model Units on the *.DWG import dialog.
- (Mac) Fixed a problem where JPEG exports would change colors in certain instances.
- (Mac) Fixed an issue where the document was not being marked as dirty when modifying a LayOut file.
- (Mac) Fixed an issue when dragging and dropping an entity from a Scrapbook required the entity to be deselected and then reselected to move.
SketchUp & LayOut API Release Notes:
C API Additions and Improvements
- Added LODocumentGetRenderModeOverride()
- Added LODocumentSetRenderModeOverride()
- Added LOImageGetOutputImageRep()
- Added LOPageInfoGetImageDisplayResolution()
- Added LOPageInfoSetImageDisplayResolution()
- Added LOPageInfoGetImageOutputResolution()
- Added LOPageInfoSetImageOutputResolution()
- Added LOSketchUpModelRenderMode::LOSketchUpModelRenderMode_NoOverride render mode type
- Added LOSketchUpModelGetOutputEntities()
- Added SUTextureGetFilePath()
- Changed SUInstancePathSetLeaf() to accept SU_INVALID as an entity parameter to remove the leaf.
- Fixed SUEntitiesSetActiveSectionPlane() not accepting SU_INVALID as a section plane parameter.
Ruby API Additions and Improvements
- Added method Layout::Document#render_mode_override
- Added method Layout::Document#render_mode_override=
- Added constant Layout::SketchUpModel::NO_OVERRIDE
- Added method Layout::SketchUpModel#output_entities
- Added method Layout::PageInfo#image_display_resolution
- Added method Layout::PageInfo#image_display_resolution=
- Added method Layout::PageInfo#image_output_resolution
- Added method Layout::PageInfo#image_output_resolution=
- output_resolution: is no longer a supported value in the export options dictionary. Instead, use Layout::PageInfo#output_resolution= and Layout::PageInfo#image_output_resolution=
- Added method Sketchup::ArcCurve#circular?
Ruby API Bug Fixes
- Fixed script-invoked input boxes to receive keyboard focus.
- HtmlDialog#can_close() does NOT work was fixed.
Issues Reported in Github that have been addressed
- UI.refresh_inspectors does not refresh Entity Info on Windows (Qt).
- Key events spilling out of UI::InputBox (bug in SU2022).
- Multiple Issues With UI::HtmlDialog (Qt).
- UI.Inputbox bugs in SU2023.0.1.
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- After the installation, don’t run the program or exit if running.
- Copy all the cracked files to the respective installation directory.
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