Hide

Toolbar Menu Shortcut

Geometry Fix
Hide Clusters
Organic
Popup
Standard
Visibility

Edit

Visibility >

Hide

Ctrl + H

The Hide command conceals selected objects from view.

To access command-line options

Command-line option

Name of object set to hide

Give the set of objects a name. The -Show command allows showing the named set. For an example, see the Hide Clusters toolbar.

Related commands

Show

Toolbar Menu Shortcut

Geometry Fix
Hide Clusters
Organic
Popup
Standard
Visibility

Visibility

Edit

Visibility >

Show

Ctrl + Alt + H

The Show command re-displays all hidden objects.

To access command-line options

Command-line option

Name of object set to show

Enter the name of a set of hidden objects. For an example, see the Hide Clusters toolbar.

ShowSelected

Toolbar Menu Shortcut

Visibility

Geometry Fix

Edit

Visibility >

Show Selected

Ctrl + Shift + H

The ShowSelected command re-displays selected hidden objects.

Steps

Note

HideSwap

Toolbar Menu

Visibility

Edit

Visibility >

Swap Hidden and Visible

The HideSwap command conceals all visible objects and re-displays all previously hidden objects.

HidePt

Toolbar Menu

STL Tools
Visibility

Edit

Control Points >

Hide Points

The HidePt command conceals selected control points and edit points.

ShowPt

Toolbar Menu

STL Tools
Visibility

Select Points

Edit

Control Points >

Show Points

The ShowPt command re-displays all hidden control points and edit points.

Isolate

Toolbar Menu

Visibility

Not on menus.

The Isolate command hides all objects except the currently selected object.

Unisolate

Toolbar Menu

Visibility

Not on menus.

The Unisolate command shows all objects hidden by the Isolate command.

See also

Snapshots

The Snapshots command saves and restores Named Views, Named Positions, Layer States, as well as rendering settings, object settings including locked/hidden state, display mode, material, position, light settings, curve piping, displacement, edge softening, shutlining, and thickness.

Manage object visibility

 

 

 

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