How to do Navigation

  1. You can change your project’s name by clicking on it.

  2. This is the “view cube”. It allows you to rotate the workplane or to switch to a side or top/bottom view of the workplane.

  3. These buttons can also be used to control the workplane. From the top to the bottom: return the workplane to the default position and orientation, place the workplane in a way, that all your objects fit in the view, zoom in and out and switch between perspective and orthographic projection.

  4. This is use to toggle the visibility of Notes by using Shift+ N.

  5. You can hide elements from your scene by selecting them with your mouse and then using Ctrl + H. This button makes all hidden elements visible again.

  6. This can be used to group objects. Grouping shapes allows you to combine them to a single shape and to create cut-outs and holes. You can also use Ctrl + G for this operation.

  7. This button can be used to split up a previously defined group of shapes. You can also use Ctrl + Shift + G instead.

  8. This can be used to align objects.

  9. This button allows you to mirror a shape in your scene.

  10. These are your basic shapes. You use them to create more complex shapes by creating cut-outs and combining them into larger and more complex objects.

  11. You can change the grid with the tools in this area.

By upgrading the properties, the grid sets up.