Where are SketchUp backup files?

It will be in a /var/folders path that includes SKETCHUP/RecoveredFiles. With a successful save, the Recovered file will eventually be erased during normal system maintenance. In previous versions of SketchUp Pro, SketchUp creates a backup file the second time you successfully save your SketchUp file!

How do I recover a SketchUp backup file?

How to recover the deleted or lost SketchUp model file?

  1. Use SketchUp AutoSave function. If you have ever set up in your Sketch menu Window -> Preferences -> General tab -> In the ‘Create Backup’ [SKB] and ‘Auto Save’ [at set time interval] check-box options… …
  2. Use Data Recovery Software. …
  3. From the Backup.

Why did my SketchUp disappear?

If you find your SketchUp model starts to disappear, or clip, when you move closer to it but not close enough to pass through an object, you may have an issue with model data at a far off point in the scene.

How do I stop SketchUp from disappearing?

Objects may also disappear or appear to shake when you try to zoom in.



These three steps will help you do that:

  1. Turn on all your layers in the Window > Layers menu.
  2. Unhide geometry using the Edit > Unhide all command.
  3. View all hidden geometry by clicking on View > Hidden Geometry.

Why can’t I see my SketchUp model?

Unfortunately, at this time you can’t just refresh/re-download the model and have it show in the SketchUp Mobile Viewer. Try deleting the current model from your device then download the file again. The revised version of the model should now show up.

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How do you zoom in and fit in SketchUp?

To zoom in and out, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Zoom tool ( ) or press the Z key.
  2. Click and drag up to zoom in; click and drag down to zoom out. When you zoom by dragging the Zoom tool cursor, SketchUp zooms in or out from the center of the screen.

How do I find my SketchUp model?

How to Geo-Locate Your Google SketchUp Model

  1. Make sure you’re online.
  2. Open the SketchUp file you want to geo-locate.
  3. Choose File, Geo-Location, Add Location from the menu bar.
  4. Find the area where you want your model to be located. …
  5. Click the Select Region button to display a cropping rectangle.
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