Tutorial: Controlling Visibility in the Model Tree

Controlling Visibility in the Model Tree


Controlling Visibility in the Model Tree

The visibility state of a feature or component in the Model Tree is easier to see and understand. Whether you use the Hide and Show commands or whether you control object visibility with the Layer mechanism, the Model Tree reflects the visibility state consistently. This makes it quicker and easier to make a datum visible that was hidden using the Layer mechanism. You can simply select it from the Model Tree and click Show to make it visible.

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