This section covers methods for changing the size of 3D objects and the materials on them.
When you select an object you will see its dimensions in the Status Bar.
Scale objects dragged in from the Directory using several methods:
Scale with Set Dimensions
Right-click object, chose 'Set Dimensions' and enter the
exact dimensions in the fields provided:
Scale with Keys
Alt key: Hold down the alt key and drag on an object to scale it proportionately to height, width and depth.
Alt+Shift keys: Hold down the alt and shift keys and click-and-drag an object to scale it in the direction dragged. To scale height, drag the top pink handle.
Scale with Handles
Free objects have green handles you can drag to scale them. Doors, windows and other objects on or in walls, floors, roofs or countertops don't have green handles. Use keyboard shortcuts or Set Dimensions methods to scale them.
When you select a door or window you will see its dimensions in the Status Bar.
Use these scale methods to scale "Directory" doors, windows, fireplaces, sinks, wall cabinets and other objects embedded in (or attached) to walls, floor, roofs and countertops:
Scale Doors and Windows with Set Dimensions
Right-click the door, window or other object, chose 'Set
Dimensions' and enter the exact dimensions:
Scale Doors and Windows with Keys
Hold down the alt and shift keys and click-and-drag the door or window with to scale it in the direction dragged. To scale height, drag the top pink handle.
When you select a structural object you will see its dimensions in the Status Bar (at least what can be represented.)
Scale structural objects like walls, posts, floors, stairs, countertops, and roofs using the following methods:
Select structural object handles and click-and-drag handles to set size.
Right-click structural objects and choose "Properties."
Right-click some structural objects and choose "Set Dimension." Not all structures support this.
Right-click on the surface with the material you want to scale and choose "Scale Material" from the pop-up menu. After the cursor changes, click-and-drag on the material in an up or down direction to scale it.
See Materials and Textures for more information.