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View a model in Web Viewer

Last updated March 6, 2017 by Tekla User Assistance tekla.documentation@trimble.com

Software version: 
2017

View a model in Web Viewer

View a model in Web Viewer

You can show and hide objects, and move and zoom in a model in Web Viewertool that enables the user to publish a model or parts of it in a certain web page format

Models published with web viewer can be viewed via the Internet using a web browser (for example, Internet Explorer).

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See Publish a model as a web page on how to publish a model in Web Viewer.

Show and hide objects in Web Viewer

To

Do this

Hide an object

  1. Move the mouse pointer over the object.

  2. Hold down the Ctrl key and scroll up using the mouse wheel (or press the Page Up key).

Show a hidden object

  1. Move the mouse pointer over the hidden object.

  2. Hold down the Ctrl key and scroll down using the mouse wheel (or press the Page Down key).

Show all objects

Press the Esc key.

Show and hide objects by using a clip plane

  1. Press the P key.
  2. Select an object face to align the clip plane with.
  3. Move the clip plane by dragging the scissor symbol.

You can jump from a clip plane to another by pressing the space bar.

Move and zoom in Web Viewer

To

Do this

Zoom in or out

Do one of the following:

  • Press the Page Up or Page Down key.

  • Scroll the mouse wheel up and down.

Move the model

Do one of the following:

  • Click Pan and drag.

  • Drag with the mouse middle button.

Rotate the model

Do one of the following:

  • Click Rotate and drag.

  • Hold down the Ctrl key and drag with the middle mouse button.

Fly through the model

  1. Click Fly and move the mouse forward to fly forward.

  2. To change flying direction, move the mouse to the desired direction.

  3. To stop, click Esc.

Center the model on the screen

Click Center.

Return the model to the original view

Click Home.

Relocate the center of rotation

  1. Press the V key.

  2. Click to select a new center of rotation.

You can also right-click the model and select the move and zoom commands from the pop-up menu.

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