Isolating objects

Isolating objects

This article explains on how to isolate objects in your model so that, only the selected objects are visible.

First, select the objects that need to be isolated. You can press and hold "Shift" or "Ctrl" to select multiple objects. For Mac users, you can press and hold "Shift" or "CMD".



From the bottom toolbar, click on the "Isolate" tool. Shortcut is the "\" - backslash key, on your keyboard.



Once you click on the isolate tool, the objects that were selected have now been isolated.


To bring back all the other objects and to switch off isolation, click on the show button from the bottom toolbar, Shortcut is the letter "U". Now your isolation will end and all the objects previously hidden will be shown.
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