Question: How do you repeat an action in SketchUp?

How do you redo something in SketchUp?

After you undo an action, you can redo it by selecting Edit > Redo from the menu bar.

How do you repeat the last command in SketchUp?

This causes the user to enter another command, or CTRL+Y or spacebar to again use the previous command. SketchUp does not have a command driven interface. Once a SketchUp tool is activated, it remains active until another tool is selected.

How do you copy an action in SketchUp?

To make copies, activate the Move tool and press the Ctrl key (Option on the Mac). SketchUp is very flexible in how you can set the spacing and number of copies: After the first copy is made, you can enter the number of copies you want and set the spacing between them.

What happens when you triple click a face in SketchUp?

When you double-click a face, you select that face and all the edges that define it. Double-clicking an edge gives you that edge plus all the faces that are connected to it. When you triple-click an edge or a face, you select the whole conglomeration that it’s a part of.

What action does the push pull tool perform?

The Push/Pull tool is a simple creature; use it to extrude flat faces into 3D shapes. It works (like everything else in SketchUp) by clicking. You click a face once to start pushing/pulling it, move your cursor until you like what you see, and then click again to stop pushing/pulling. That’s it.

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