• Live Components are a new kind of configurable object for SketchUp. If you have a SketchUp subscription, using a supported version of SketchUp, and an internet connection you can configure Live Components inside your models. Live Components are available for download from 3D Warehouse. There they can be configured, previewed in 3D and then downloaded. Check out our skill builder on Live Components to get started.

  • PRO This is a Pro only feature.Add the Scale tool attribute to your Dynamic Component to toggle display of scale handles on the component (limiting how users can scale the component). To hide scale handles using the Scale tool attribute:

  • PRO This is a Pro only feature. Dynamic Components that use unique textures (textures that do not ship with SketchUp, such as photographic textures of a specific material), must be embedded in the Dynamic Component to be accessible when that component is used on different computers. To embed a texture in a Dynamic Component:

  • When purging a model in SketchUp or uploading it to the 3D Warehouse, unused materials will be removed. If your model contains a Dynamic Component, though, you may also lose textures in "Choose Options" or "OnClick" attributes. To avoid losing these textures, you'll need to embed them into the Dynamic Component: Create your Dynamic Component. Create a small face. Apply the unique texture to the face.

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  • Math Functions SketchUp Functions Text Functions Trig Functions Logical Functions OnClick Functions Trig Functions Function

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  • PRO This is a Pro only feature. The following HTML tags are supported within a Dynamic Component's Description and Summary fields: <a> <b> <i> <u> <strong> <em> <p> <br> <ol> <ul> <li> <font> Any tag or version of a tag that is not in this list will be ignored. The following additional rules also apply: