You can click the button on the right bottom corner of the 3D View and 2D View to open the display settings panel, which contains the options that control how content displays. These options are also available in the View menu. Please note that the options make no effect in the print result, they are only used to assist in editing.
- Highlight Backface:
- Up Axis: which axis is used as the up axis in a model depends on the software used to create it. You can adjust this option if you find the model is displayed in a wrong orientation.
- Print Preview: if checked, all the unprintable elements will be hidden, and the lines will be displayed in the actual width.
- Show Pages:
- Show Flap Targets: show the area where a flap should be glued to.
- Highlight Overflow: highlight the patches which partially outside of a page.
- Highlight Overlap: highlight the patches which overlap with other patches.
Unfolder allows you to control the visibility of objects in the 3D vYou can change document settings in the inspector. Units: The units used in the document. You can set the default units in the Preference. Scale: A scale factor used to control the size of your papercraft. For example, the model is a cube with side length 2, and you set the Units to centimeters and the Scale to 5. The finished papercraft will be a cube with side length 10cm. You can also set the scale more intuitively by typing the dimensions you want in the text fields below. Paper Size: Choose a standard paper size, or choose Custom and type the dimensions you want. You can set the default paper size in the Preference. Flap: Add the flaps on the edges that need to be glued together. You can also assign the flap color by using the following color well. Join ID: Add the paired numbers on the edges that need to be glued together. You can also change the font, size, and position of the numbers by using the options below. If Skip Confusing IDs option is checked, all the numbers like 6, 9, 66 or 99 will be skipped. Texture: Fill faces with diffuse color or texture.iew. This would be helpful when editing the obscured objects.
- Hide selected objects by choosing View ▸ Hide Selected in 3D View or clicking the button on the toolbar.
- Hide unselected objects by choosing View ▸ Hide Unselected in 3D View or clicking the button on the toolbar.
- Unhide all objects by choosing View ▸ Unhide All in 3D View or click the button on the toolbar.