Condoc Configurator – Color by Layer/Tag

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    Hello Condoc-Team,

    thanks for the great tool (V5.1)!

    I have the following questions/problems:
    1. The Color by Layer style in the configurator appears to show only the tag color of Layer 0/untagged (e.g. black) in the scenes and not the tag colors of the Condition- or the Element-Tags. I mean, this is also the case in your example model in Milwaukee. What do I have to do. I would like to show the Renovation Plan with the TAG colors for Existing-, Demolished-, New-Conditions and/or in different TAG colors for different elements.

    2.Is there an example model for a scope diagram for condoc tools 5.1. I can’t find the download files from the book. The Milwaukee model I found does not contain a scope diagram scene.

    I’m thankful for any help.

    King regards,


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    Can anyone help me? Mike, can you give me some advice on my questions? Thank you.

    King regards,


    Mike Brightman

    Good Morning Nicole!
    Unfortunately, the Scope Diagram is not possible with our new tagging system. We left it in there because some folks still use the old MOGs, and we might have a way to make this work in the future. The reason it doesn’t work is that the SketchUp tags, which have a color, aren’t actually applied to the geometry. The ConDoc tag is applied and then visibility controlled through the SketchUp tags dialog.
    There was another shortfall with the Scope Diagram relating to the 2d Graphic/3d Object scenario. Since those tags/layers were last in line, often the doors and windows would just show up grey. So it was a little incomplete even in the beginning, but I still felt it was useful! I have it on our roadmap to get the scope diagram working all the way, even better than the default SketchUp behavior.
    Here’s an idea… for a renovation project you could tweak your approach. Make sure that your 2d Graphic/3d Objects SketchUp tags are not applied, use the ConDoc Tags for and the geometry will be “untagged”. Then use the ConDoc Tags as usual… Except, for CONDITION. You will apply the CONDITION tags using the SketchUp entity info dialog. You can use these tagging systems together and I think this solves it!? I need to test…
    You really don’t need to create the scene anymore, just use the ConDoc System to toggle through the different utility styles.
    Let me know if that clears things up… thanks!

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