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Layers (Bring to top)

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I currently run Broadcast R20.

One of the things I have come across that I have been unable to get an answer for is:

I have a model with roughly 1000 layers to it. I like to organize pieces of the model in groups. Is there a way that you can select a few layers in the middle of the layer structure, and bring those layers to the top of the layer structure?
 

Thanks in advance.

Shawn

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18 minutes ago, tuuluuwag said:

I like to organize pieces of the model in groups. Is there a way that you can select a few layers in the middle of the layer structure, and bring those layers to the top of the layer structure?

 

You mean other than by selecting and dragging them there ? 

 

CBR

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    Cerbera - Yes. With such a massive selection of layers, if I select 20 or 30 in the middle, I would have to drag them up or down and hold them there for a few minutes until they are outside the group. I was hoping there was a 'Bring layer(s) to top' or such command that I am unaware of. 

     

    Thanks!

     

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    I have the same problem.

     

    But I figured it out!

    You can open another OBJECTS TAB, little plus icon next to the object tab on the right hand side. (attached)

    So now you should have 2 OBJECTS tabs. 

    1 to scroll though your layers and the other to drag your layers from the first tab to the second to organise. 

     

    Hope this help 🙂

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