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    Default Complete 3D Stonehenge discussion

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    Complete 3D Stonehenge

    I have created a full 3D stonehenge using SketchUp. Hope you enjoy.


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    It may just be me but I can't view this properly. It's not visible if Terrain is turned on, but with it off the 3D stones appear to be several hundred feet above the ground. It's the same on my home PC and at work so it looks like a problem with the file. It's surely not meant to be like this is it?
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    Same here. First I thought it is my old fashioned pc that causes the trouble.

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    Could please take care of it.

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    You have to set the elevation exaggeration to 0.5 to view this properly. Remember to keep the default settings in mind when you post somthing to upload! Nice job, otherwise.
    Last edited by JMAG117; 01-31-2006 at 06:16 PM. Reason: typo

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    Default Still shows wrong

    When I set my settings to .5 it still showed wrong. The majority of the model was still below the ground. I had to set mine to .46 to get it to show properly.

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