SketchUp now has three different Extension policies you can select that affect what extensions can and cannot be loaded when SketchUp starts. Starting with SketchUp 2016, Registered Extension Developers can claim their software by signing it digitally, saying “I made this”, but in a secure coded format. Everyone should download the most recent version of any extension they use from the Extension Warehouse, the author, or the original trusted download source. You might contact the author of any extensions that are not digitally signed and ask them to look into this new feature.
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Summary of issue You may not be able to see SketchUp file thumbnails on Windows if SketchUp 20152016 was previously uninstalled. Description When SketchUp 20152016 is uninstalled and a new different, default version of SketchUp is set, the SketchUp file thumbnails may disappear even after reinstalling the latest version of SketchUp. Workaround
This file error is not an issue in SketchUp 2017 and beyond. Select another version of SketchUp from the drop-down list to see details about resolving this issue in SketchUp 2014, 2015, or 2016. In SketchUp 2016, when the Preview Pane in Windows Explorer is open and a SketchUp model is opened via File > Open, you might see the following error: The file <your SketchUp model name> is currently locked by another user. Do you wish to open this file Read-Only?
Maybe you want to fill a 3D model with premade items, such as furniture, doors, or even trees and other landscaping. Or you’d like a 3D model of a building plan that you can customize with an interior design.