Warning of more than 10.000 components when creating an issue

Warning of more than 10.000 components when creating an issue

Viewpoints with thousands of components can be slow to publish, download and to lookup in the model. We advise you to limit the number of linked components in a viewpoint. For this reason you can choose to link visible components and/or selected components. Small viewpoints are lightweight and fast. To prevent you from creating large viewpoints by mistake we have built in this warning.

When no components are linked to a viewpoint the whole model is shown. In combination with the use of clipping planes you can create small viewpoints with good insights in the issue.


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