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[SketchUp] Add support for SketchUp 2016 import

Asset and Scene Management



Priority: 7Not yet prioritized for a release


Severity: 3Workaround is possible

Repro steps:
1) Open the project SketchupRepro
2) Notice the two files - Untitled and Untitled2015
3) Notice Untitled is recognized as Sketchup model, but doesn't import correctly
4) Open it up in Sketchup and Save as Sketchup 2015
5) Notice the model is now imported correctly in Unity (this was done and saved as Untitled2015)

Reproduced in 5.4.0b11; 5.3.4p1; 5.2.4f1

Comments (4)

  1. 1497a61bc7f673e30f224a3df61a6742?d=mm


    Jun 12, 2017 12:27

    I think it's more important to add an error message when import fails because I spent a long time trying to figure out why my model wasn't updating. I don't care so much about supporting the latest version (Sketchup can export to older versions easily), but knowing when the import fails and why my model isn't updating is important because the same problem is likely to return next year, or whenever Sketchup is updated again.

  2. D848418f6637f61390b638cd3f203b9d?d=mm


    May 31, 2017 11:11

    There should be support for not only 2016 but also 2017.
    Also i totally agree with EXNINJA.

  3. Da5d41bf610df9e137bdde78badc1611?d=mm


    May 03, 2017 17:14

    At this point, SketchUp is at 2017, so I'd suggest moving to that one as well. Just glad it's an integrated importer!

  4. 796257c17c0d3d0e342e65f5c8d6b671?d=mm


    Feb 17, 2017 01:45

    If you're not going to fix this soon, you could at least update to notify people of the issue.

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