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Posted on 01-20-15 09:36:50 PM Link | Quote
Is there a trick to sizing a door to be the correct size within Google Sketchup that I'm not yet aware of? One of my biggest limitations is the lack of functional doors in my levels and I was curious as to whether or not there's a simpler way to calculate door size than just simple trial and error.
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Posted on 01-21-15 04:22:17 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by chancywancy
Is there a trick to sizing a door to be the correct size within Google Sketchup that I'm not yet aware of? One of my biggest limitations is the lack of functional doors in my levels and I was curious as to whether or not there's a simpler way to calculate door size than just simple trial and error.


some people measured some objects for sketchup, likewise:
-mario is ~28.5cm
-doors are about 49cm
(for scale 500 in importer)

someone also uploaded this file for scale 100, but i can't really tell if it's useful since i don't have sketchup 13:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/rwuix3nige6111g/template.skp
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