POSTED ON November 22, 2022 6:52 am
Sketchup 13 Lf Download
If your computer is running Windows 10, we encourage you to try the new Windows 10 beta version of Trimble Connect. This not only takes the storage load off the Trimble server, but makes moving and copying files much easier. From the Windows 10 start screen, visit Settings > Apps & Features and select the “Trimble Connect” app. You can use your PC to browse, copy, delete and modify SketchUp files on Trimble Connect. To use the latest version of Trimble Connect, you will need to download the latest desktop version of the Trimble Connect app from the App Store or from the Trimble Connect web site.
Another advantage of Trimble Connect is that the files in your account can be viewable by anyone. Your SketchUp models are available for viewing and editing by anyone using the Trimble Connect app or the Trimble Connect website.
You can use Trimble Connect to send/receive files between SketchUp for Web and the Trimble Connect cloud service. You can export your files as a.zip file. Files in Trimble Connect have a.sketchupx extension. This allows the files to open and edit in other SketchUp software, such as SketchUp for Web. You can retrieve the same files from Trimble Connect at any time as well.
To use Trimble Connect from your computer, first download the Trimble Connect app from the App Store or the Trimble Connect web site. Then open the Trimble Connect app and click the “+ Sign in to a SketchUp Connected Account” link on the Trimble Connect home page. You can use the app to log in to a SketchUp Connected account online. You can also use the app to send/receive files between SketchUp for Web and the Trimble Connect cloud service.
w0wtt.. WOW, I missed this one, as I dont believe its an issue that SketchUp automatically closes the window when you download the data. I just want to be able to download the data. Obviously not as convenient as just clicking the download, but it could be done!
This new browser looks really cool! It’s very fast and I like that it opens in a separate tab. Very convenient if you have a lot of SketchUp models on your hard drive, and I’m sure many people do. I like the way you’ve used the shadows and components in the web version, and the big thumbs up for the preview options! This is an awesome SketchUp browser!
Thanks for the quick reply. Ive been waiting to try out this new beta version of your browser. Ive been a Sketchup user for some time now and only recently seen that you’ve been working on a browser. I’m looking forward to trying it out!
THanks for your comment, I am sincerely grateful! I appreciate the kind words and the time you have taken to write them! My friends have learned how to use SketchUp from my blog, and I love to help people grow in their skill level.
I am reading through the Sketchup help on how to export models. I have a single blue robin model saved to my desktop. When I try the Save As button I get the message ‘There is no model file in the current workspace.
In SketchUp for Web, your models are saved to and stored in Trimble Connect, a web-based storage and collaboration service. This is different from the desktop version of SketchUp, but there are several advantages to using Trimble Connect as a web-based file system (as opposed to the file system in your computer). Here’s how managing files works between SketchUp for Web and Trimble Connect: