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Organizing overlays


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3 years ago
tauw
Released on Preview 20240

With the introduction of the combo overlay (and others) the amount of options and ways to create your own models increases. With this increase we also experience a significant increase in “clutter”. Being able to better organize, or hide, overlays within the left bar would help. For example being able to group by two “parent” layers. This also applies for the overlay bar within the client 3D interface (underneath the measure tool). A lot of overlays are no longer visible and end up below the interface. This increases with small screen or low resolution laptops.

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