In the left side of the application, you find the project view. The project view is a project items manager that can be structured with layers. It gives you access to all your project data even when they are not visible in the viewport.
A right mouse click in that section gives you access to various contextual menus depending where you click. Those contextual menus help you to maintain the projects structure.
Click on the arrow next to the current terrain state name/date to access those features.
|Add Terrain State||Plus button next to the text box in the terrain state drop down menu. Enter a name or a date and click that button to create a new terrain state.|
|Rename Terrain State||Edit Button next to the terrain state name. Enable the terrain state name editing. After entering a new name or date press Enter to complete.|
|Remove Terrain State||Cross button next to the terrain state name. Erase the terrain state from the project.|
|Switch Terrain State||Select a name/date in the drop down menu to change the current terrain state.|
|Enable/Disable Layer||Checkbox on the left of the layer name to show or hide all the project items hold in the layer within the viewport.|
|Expand/Collapse Layer||The arrow next to the layer can be clicked to expand or collapse its contents.|
|Collapse All||Closes all layer breakdowns|
|Show Empty||Makes the empty layers appear in the project view. By default, layers which does not contain a project item are hidden.|
|Turn All Off||Disables all the layer. All the project items disappear from the viewport.|
|Enable/Disable project item||Checkbox on the left of the project item name to show or hide the project item within the viewport.|
|Pin to all terrain states||Makes the project item available in all the terrain states. Pin button only appears when you drag the cursor on a project item. Only Peak users can use that feature.|
|Right mouse click in the project view area||Add Layer||Creates a new layer. Enter a name and press Enter or click anywhere to complete.|
|Delete Empty Layers||Clears all the layers which does not contain a project item. This feature is useful when importing large CAD file holding a lot of layers.|
|Right mouse click on a layer name||Set Layer Active||Enables a layer. All following project items belongs to that layer.|
|Rename Layer||Opens the layer name editor. Press Enter or click anywhere to finish.|
|Paste||Moves a copied project item to that layer.|
|Delete Layer||Clears the layer. It also deletes the project items contained into the layer.|
|Right mouse click on a project item||Rename||Opens the project item name editor. Press Enter or click anywhere to complete.|
|Cut||Copies and deletes the project item.|
|Copy||Copies the project item into the clipboard.|
|Delete||Clears the project item.|