PROXY no static but dynamic links needed

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  • - MASTER FOLDER with inside;

    -- 1/ Master SketchUp File with inside proxies;

    -- 2/ PROXY FOLDER with the SU's I've used for the creation of the proxies, mentioned above


    Now on the original PC everything works fine.

    But on remote location (not using a remote desktop app.) I hoped, copying the MASTER FOLDER with the PROXY folder would allow Enscape to show the proxies.... :/ Can we force Enscape to believe that a correct file path is found, even when you are on an other PC


    Is there a way I'm not aware to have this automatic OK. Or is there a way to re-link the proxies manually. Other ideas...?


    Why not also;

    1/ having the option to teleport the models automatically back into SU when needed.

    2/ or in SU having the option to select one object and make a proxy of it

    • Official Post

    Hey timeless , thanks a lot for your feedback.


    Currently, you'll have to re-link the proxies manually, since the directory changes when copying the linked models to somewhere else. Simply open the Enscape Objects window, click on any of your linked models in SketchUp, then you'll see the name of the file appearing in the Enscape Objects window. Now you can just simply go to the directory where the models are saved, and open the file(s) with the corresponding name(s).


    We're looking into different ways to provide a more simple solution in the future though!

  • Hey timeless , thanks a lot for your feedback.


    Currently, you'll have to re-link the proxies manually, since the directory changes when copying the linked models to somewhere else. Simply open the Enscape Objects window, click on any of your linked models in SketchUp, then you'll see the name of the file appearing in the Enscape Objects window. Now you can just simply go to the directory where the models are saved, and open the file(s) with the corresponding name(s).


    We're looking into different ways to provide a more simple solution in the future though!

    Locating the folder with the PROXIES and than having an "auto-search-and-re-link" would be more than nice...

    • Official Post

    Locating the folder with the PROXIES and than having an "auto-search-and-re-link" would be more than nice...

    We're aware of that. :) Your feedback will be forwarded too!