August 05, 2012, 09:04:33 pm
The easiest way is to place the night models on a seperate layer from the very beginning so you can hide them easily and delete the day models. If you forget to do this, hover your mouse over the overlapping icons and press the up or down arrow keys. This should cycle through the models; however, if the models are the same then the bounding boxes are the same and it will be very difficult to tell them apart.
if i may participate from your experience:
when you load the same model twice in lumion , i think, the model files can have different names in win and in lumion, but in both files the colours in skp have the same name,
will lumion treat them as different / separate colours , when load in both models ? means, colour 001 can be texture 1 in model 1 and at the same zime texture 2 in model 2' both in the same lumion project.
thank you, i will soon try myself, but would like to know....
and if the two models are on different layers, are the controll points (selection) also switched on/off whith the visibility of a layer?
thank you. stan.