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Whether to demarcate a property boundary or locate places for emolition, adding a stipple might be the best solution.
That’s why we’ve incorporated dashed lines into SketchUp Pro 2019. These dashes are properties of Layers and are controlled from the layers panel. Even better, components on Layers will inherit the dash pattern. In Layout, dashes will show in the viewport at any screen scale and in all render modes.
Dashed lines may be exported as EPS, PDF(HLR), and DWG/DXF or printed directly from SketchUp.
Import/export of the 2018 DWG file format is now supported. Improvements have also been made to the import and export of line styles and materials.
Now, the length of selected edges, areas of faces, and coordinates of guides and intersections can be viewed from an inference tip.
We’ve made it harder to overwrite Layout files with unintentional edits. If a file is pened in two separate Layout instances, it will temporarily lock the file as “read only.” Simple.
As well as support for the 2018 DWG format, it is now simpler to export and adjust units when importing DWGs.
With the introduction of dashed lines in SketchUp, LayOut now has the ability to modify how those lines styles are displayed. With the SketchUp model viewport selected, the SketchUp Model inspector will allow for modification.
‘Export for SketchUp’ has been added to the DWG/DXF exporter, placing all LayOut entities into the Model Space so that SketchUp better interprets the data. Groups are read as components and fills/patterns are read as faces.