Colored components in my viewpoint are not shown in ZOOM
By default the use of color override in viewpoints in ZOOM is turned
off. If you wish to use the coloring from an issue viewpoint you can
activate this by activating the option ‘Use override colors from viewpoint on zoom-to’. You can do this by clicking on the Paint bucket icon under the issue
- When the paint bucket is activated, the button will appear blue
- When the paint bucket is disabled, the button will appear grey
Not all components in an issue are shown
This problem can have several causes. When components are not found at zoom-to after double clicking on an issue, a button with a blue exclamation mark appears above the snapshot image. By clicking this you get an explanation. This could be due to ...
Finding and filtering similar components
In BIMcollab ZOOM you have the possibility to find or hide elements which are similar to the selected element. Select an element for which you want to show similar components in the 3D window or the model tree Go to the Properties panel, ...
(De)select multiple components in 3D
Freely select multiple components in BIMcollab ZOOM by using the selection tool. Selected components can be also deselected and the function can be applied to multiple workflows. Selecting To freely select volumes in BIMcollab ZOOM, hold ...
Finding issues in BIMcollab ZOOM
By creating a combination of models (created by different disciplines) you can visually detect conflicts between these models. Next to this, ZOOM has Smart views that can automate identifying and coloring components based on defined or undefined ...
Classify components with auto-color
Smart views can be used for color coding and classifying components automatically. This includes providing a legend showing values and corresponding colors for reference. In this example we will create a Smart view which gives every element a color ...