If a crash occurs when you are not connected to the Internet, BugSplat displays a dialog box indicating that a zip file has been created on your local hard drive. This dialog box also indicates the name and location of the zip file (normally AtLastCrashMMDDYY_HHMMSS.zip in your Windows temporary directory). Go to http://www.bugsplatsoftware.com/post/post_form.php and follow the instructions on the Web page to send this file to BugSplat software when you reconnect to the Internet.
LayOut is a great companion to SketchUp. Here are a few issues you may experience while working with your models in LayOut, and how you can get things working again:
Creating a LayOut document is mostly about bringing content into your document. But if you ever want to reuse or update a document’s referenced content in another format or program (and you don’t have the original file or updated the content after you imported it into your document), you can extract any file that your document references.
Tip: Inserted SketchUp files can contain Dashed Lines, to learn more about managing those new line types with inserted files, see Working with SketchUp Dashes in Imported Models After you work hard to create and polish a LayOut document, you want your document to go out into the world and make its mark. You can present your work on-screen, but that isn't always enough. Here are other ways you can share your document:
If, like most people, you feel jittery about giving a presentation and public speaking in general, hopefully, LayOut’s simple-to-use, interactive presentation features can help to put you at ease. To access LayOut’s presentation features, select View > Start Presentation or click the Start Presentation tool () on the default toolbar. Your document becomes full screen, and you have access to the following presentation features:
In the LayOut Preferences dialog box, you can set global preferences for companion applications, backups, default folders, and more. To open the LayOut Preferences dialog box, select Edit > Preferences (Microsoft Windows) or LayOut > Preferences (Mac OS X). When you’re done selecting preferences options, click the Close button.
Whether you love navigating an interface with keyboard shortcuts or just want to assign keyboard shortcuts to your favorite commands, the easiest way to create your own shortcuts is in LayOut’s Preferences dialog box, shown in the following figure.
If you use LayOut for Microsoft Windows, you can create panel trays for the panels you use most often, or to keep the panels you need for different workflows organized and ready in a single click. To create a custom panel tray, follow these steps:
Some things are perfect just as they are: clouds, your grandmother's buttery homemade mashed potatoes, your favorite pair of jeans (which have stretched so they still fit after you eat those mashed potatoes). Toolbars and menus rarely make this list. LayOut's default toolbar is designed to help you start using the application, but after you use LayOut for a while, you may want to customize the default toolbar or create your own toolbars. For example, you can