- Quick start guide
- Selecting, clipping, colouring and highlighting
- Line tracking
- Custom attributes
- File management
- Linking and API
- Advanced options
- Configuration file
- 360° panorama
- IntelliPID Module
- 2D to 3D Projection
- UPV WebServices Overview
- Appendix - How to use 3D PDF files
- Appendix - Performance optimisation
- Command line parameters
- UPV WebServices Installation
- UniversalPlantViewer Builder
- Quick Start Guide
- UniversalPlantViewer Server
- Adapter for Intergraph SmartPlant Review
- Adapter for Autodesk Navisworks
- Adapter for AVEVA PDMS
- Adapter for Laserscans
- Adapter for Documents
- Adapter for Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)
- IntelliPID Adapter
- Appendix - SSO with IIS on Windows
- Appendix - OpenID Connect with Azure Blob Storage
Colourise selected objects
|You can change the display colour of selected objects by opening the Colour menu. This menu is separated in four basic sections as depicted below:|
|Advanced colour selection – This opens a pop-up menu for detailed color selection, enabling you to pick from the full RGP spectrum of colors:|
|Once the colour is set up as required, confirm  or cancel  your selection. The selected object(s) will instantly be displayed in the chosen colour.|
The colour picker allows you to pick a colour from a 3D
object and store it in the “custom colours”. These can be selected
afterwards from the colour palette like the default colours.
When the function is activated, first click on an object you want to draw the colour from and then pick a white custom colour square to assign the picked colour to it.
|The clear style button reverts the assigned colour to the selected objects’ default colour as initially assigned in the building process.|
|The reset all colours button reverts all assigned colours for all objects to their default colour as initially assigned in the building process.|
The default colours section provides a basic set of default colours that can be applied to the currently selected objects. These colours are predefined.
The custom colours are defined by the user through the colour picker function described above. After their definition, they can be used for colouring like the default colours.
The slider on the bottom changes opacity, where the leftmost position is fully transparent, and the rightmost position means the selected objects are fully opaque.