Join Eric Chappell for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating the model using the mouse, part of Up and Running with InfraWorks.
- One of the first skills you'll need to learn…when working in InfraWorks is how to navigate a model.…Let's take a look at how to navigate…using the buttons on your mouse,…probably the method you will use the most.…To start this exercise,…I've opened the Chapter 01 Hotel Lynda model.…I've selected the Chapter 01 proposal.…And I'm also going to press the home key on my keyboard…to return to home view,…just so that we're both starting in the same place.…Now there are three major ways…that you can navigate in your InfraWorks model.…
One is using the mouse, which we cover in this video.…Another is using the ViewCube,…and a third way is using Selection.…So let's talk about how the mouse works.…First of all, you can use the left mouse button…to click and drag and orbit the model.…If I click and drag forward,…it rotates the model away from me.…And if I click and drag backward, or down,…it rotates the model toward me.…Left and right, rotate the model left and right.…
So I'm clicking and dragging the left mouse button.…I'm going to click and drag upward…
- Working within the InfraWorks environment
- Building a model of existing conditions
- Creating a new design with roads, coverage, and buildings
- Add detail with trees, water features, and points of interest
- Using styles to change the appearance of your design
- Presenting your design
- Analyzing your design
Skill Level Beginner
1. Work within the InfraWorks Environment
2. Establish Existing Conditions
3. Create Your Design
4. Add Detail
5. Create and Apply Styles
6. Present Your Design
7. Analyze Your Design
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